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SOME OF THE DESCENDANTS OF 

JOHN COOLLIDGE 

OF WATERTOWN, MASS. 
1630 

THROUGH THE BRANCH REPRESENTED BY 

JOSEPH COOLIDGE OF BOSTON 

AND 

MARGUERITE OLIVIER 



BOSTON 

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INTRODUCTORY. 



The first part of this book is taken from " Genealogies 
of the FamiHes and Descendants of the Early Settlers 
of Watertown, Massachusetts, including Waltham and 
Weston ; to which is appended the early history of the 
town; with Illustrations, Maps, and Notes, by Henry 
Bond, M. D. Vol. I. Genealogies. Boston: Little, 
Brown & Company. 1855." There are naturally many 
mistakes. 

" In England and her colonies the Julian Calendar 
was retained until 1752, when the Gregorian Calendar, 
or New Style, was adopted by an act of Parliament. In 
1582, Pope Gregory dropped ten days from the Julian 
Calendar. The year 1700 was a leap year according 
to the Julian (Old Style) Calendar, and not according 
to the Gregorian (New Style) Calendar, thus increasing 
the difference to eleven days. We have inserted dates as 
they are found in the ancient records, without altering 
them so as to correspond with the New Style. In order 
to make the dates previous to 1752 correspond with the 
New Style, it is necessary to add 10 to dates of days 



INTR OD UCTOR V. 4 

between 1600 and 1700, and 11 to the dates between 
1700 and 1752. Thus: Watertown Church was organ- 
ized July 28, 1630, Old Style, which would be August 
7th, New Style. According to the Julian Calendar, or 
Old Style, the year began March 25th, and the same 
days, between January ist and March 25th, belonged 
to different years in the Old and New styles. This 
occasioned double dating." Thus : Jonathan Coolidge, 
d. March 10, 1646-7 (or 164^, means 1646 Old Style, 
or 1647 New Style. By recurring to § 57, p. 1000, it 
will be seen that, in the records of Watertown previous 
to 1648, the year was considered as beginning on the 
1st of March, but not after that date. 

Under the same Roman numerals are included the 
people of the same generation. 




GENEALOGY 



OF SOME OF THE 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN COOLLIDGE. 



It is supposed that the name Coolidge may have been derived from the village of Coiding, or Cow- 
ling, in Suffolk, England, on the borders of Cambridgeshire. Probably Collins came from the same 
source. There being no fixed way of spelling names in former days, people writing them as they 
sounded to the ear, the name has been spelled at different periods, Couling, Coalying, Colynge, 
Cullidge, Coladge, Cowlidge, Cooledge, Coollidge, etc., and Coolidge. — p. 165 of Bond's " Geneal- 
ogies of Waltham, Mass., etc. . . . " 



I. JOHN COOLLIDGE, l>. 1604, tf. May 7, 1691. Wife MARY, d. Aug. 22, 1691, 
aged 88. One of the earliest proprietors of Watertown, Mass. He came from 
Cambridgeshire, England. The date of his arrival is uncertain, probably toward 
1630. Admitted freeman, 25th May, 1636; selectman, 1639; representative, 
1658. 

His residence (homestall) in 1642 was bounded on the N. by Cambridge line, W. by 
Wm. Paine, E. by David Fiske, and S. by highway to the pond. 

II. I. John, probably born in England. 

2. Elizabeth ( ? ), m. June, 1656, 2d wife to Gilbert Crackbone, of Cambridge. 

3. Mary, d. Oct. 14, 1637 ; m. Isaac Mixer, Jr. ; d. Nov. 2, 1660, leaving two 

daughters, Sarah and Mary. 

4. Stephen, l>. Oct. 28, 1639 ; m. Rebecca . She d. April 15, 1702. He 

d. Spring, 171 1. 

5. Simon, d. 1632 (?), ^- 1693, p. 6. 

6. Obadiah, I?. April 15, 1642, d. 1663 ; unmarried. 

7. Nathaniel, d. Nov. 3, 171 1, p. 6. 

8. Jonathan, ^. March 10, 1646-7, p. 6. 



II. 



III. 



JOHN COOLIDGE, 3.1604, d- 1691; 
m. MARY , b. 1603, d. 1691. 



1637- 
3- 



1639. 
4- 



1640. (?) 1642. 

5. 6. 



1646. (?) 1646. 
7. 8. 



John, p. 6. 

m. 

(i) M. Livermore. 

(2) M. Maddock. 

Elizabeth 

111. 

G. Crackbone. 



Mary, p. $. Simon, p. 6. 

m. in. 

I. Mixer. (i) H. Barron. 

(2) P. Rogers. 
Stephen Obadiah 

m. 
R. 



1683. 



1685. 



1687. 1688. 1690. 

3- 4- 5- 



Nathaniel, p. 6. 

VI. 

H. Bright. 

JONATHAN 

m. 
M. RICE, p. 6. 



1695. 
6. 



IV. 



Martha. 



Rebecca Mary. Jonathan, p. 6. 



P. Spooner. 



R. Holland. 



JOHN, p. 6. 

in. 

HANNAH INGRAM. 



Josiah. Joseph. 



1718. 
3- 



1724. 1727. 1728. 1730. 
5. 6. 7- 8. 



1732. 
9- 



John 

tn, 

M. Storer. 



JOSEPH, p. 7. 



Martha 

in. 

Pool. 



Mary. 



MARGUERITE 
OLIVIER. 
Benjamin. Hannah Sarah. 

in. 
Burt. 



Jonathan. 



Lydia. 



William. 



Mary. 



Lydia. 



GENE A L O GIES. 6 

COOLLIDGE. 

Elizabeth is supposed to be the daughter of John and Mary C, p. 5; she died 
before the date of his will, and without issue. Mary Coolidge, who married Isaac 
Mixer, is mentioned as the only daughter of John and Mary Coolidge. 
Bond's ) Page 165: "Grace, widow of Roger Porter, in her will, proved 1662, mentions 

John Coolidge as her brother. Perhaps she used the term only to denote Christian 
Genealogies, j affection." 

In the will of John Coollidge, dated Nov. 19, 1681, he names all his sons but 
Obadiah, who died 1663, probably unmarried. He mentions his granddaughters, 
Sarah and Mary Mixer. Date of will, Nov. 19, 1681 ; proved June 16, 1691. 

II. 1. John Coollidge, probably born in England, took the oath of fidelity 1652 ; m. 
(i) Nov. 14, 1655, Hannah Livermore ; m. (2) Sept. 16, 1679, Mary 
Maddock, widow of Henry Maddock, and only daughter of Roger Welling- 
ton. By his first wife he had thirteen children, five at least of whom died 
young ; one by his second. 
5. Simon Coollidge, in 1659 a witness in court, "aged about 27 " ; b. 1632, d. 
Dec. 27, 1693, aged 61; w. (i) Hannah Barron, d. July 24, 1680; w. 
(2) Priscilla Rogers, d. 1694. They had eight children, some of whom 
died young. 

7. Nathaniel Coollidge, ;;/. Oct. 15, 1657, Mary Bright. "In deeds he is 

designated a tailor, but he was a large farmer. His inventory (real estate 
^412) embraced 3 farms, mills, and fishing wear." They had thirteen 
children, several of whom died young. 

8. JONATHAN COOLLIDGE, b. March 10, 1646-7 ; m. Dec. 3, 1679, Martha 

Rice, b. Jan. 14, 1662, d. Dec. 25, 1695 ; daughter of Joseph Rice, of Sud- 
bury, and Mercy (King) Rice. 
III. \. Martha, b. June 6, 1683, d. about 1753 ; unmarried. 

2. Rebecca, b. April 20, 1685 ; m. Peter Spooner. 

3. Mary, b. April 16, 1687. 

4. Jonathan, b. Jan. 19, 1688-9,^. March 29, 1731 ; m. Aug. 15, (1715?), 

Ruth Holland, of Dorchester, who d. Dec. i, 1736. 
IV. 1 7 17. 1. Keziah. 
17 18. 2. Jeremiah. 
1720. 3. Jonathan. 
1722. 4. Mary. 
1724. 5. Ruth. 
1727. 6. Rebecca. ^ 

5. John, b. Feb. 4, 1690-1. 

6. Josiah, b. Aug. 11, 1695, d. 1699. 

7. Joseph, baptized 1698 ; a soldier in the French war ; d. 1724 ; unmarried. 
III. 5. John Coolidge, b. Feb. 4, 1 690-1 ; settled in Boston, where he married, 

April 14, 1 7 13, Hannah Ingram. 



IV. 



V. 



JOSEPH COOLIDGE, b. 17 18, d. 177 1 ; 
m. MARGUERITE OLIVIER, ^. 1726, ^. 18 16. 



1747. 1748. 1750. 


1752- 1753- 


1758. 1759. 1760. 


Joseph 


I. 2. 3. 1 4- 5- 


6. 7. 


8. 


I, P- 7, 


John 


Margaret 




Anne, 




m. 


m. 


m. 




p. 7. 




(i) Elizabeth, p. 7. 


Lydia DAWES, p. 8. 


Jacob 








(2) Katharine 






SWEETSER, 






BOYER, p. 22. 






p. 17. 










Margaret, p. 7. 


Benj 


amin 




Mary William, 






in. 




OT. p. 7. 






Mary Carter 




Zachariah 






BREWSTER, p. 14 




HICKS, 
















p. I 


9- 





p. 22. 



p. 8. 



p. 14. 



p. 17. 



p. 19. 



GENEALOGIES. 7 

COOLLIDQE. 

IV. I. John^ m. in Bostofi, Oct. 12, 1736, Margaret Storer. 

2. Benjamin, b. April 14, 17 17 ; teas living 17SI. 

3. JOSEPH, b. Feb. 10, 17 1 8-9 ; m. Nov. 18, 1746, MARGUERITE 

OLIVIER, d. Sept. 14, 177 1. 

4. Hannah, m. Burt. 

5. Martha, b. Nov. i, 1724 ; m. Pool. 

6. Sarah, b. March 30, 1727. 

7. Mary, b. March 6, 1728-g, d. young. 

8. William, b. Jan. 5, 1730-1, d. youfig. 
g, Jonathan, b. Feb. 18, 1732-3, d. young. 

10. Mary, b. Nov. 13, 1734 ; living 17^1 ' 

11. Lydia, b. Nov. 27, 1733, d. youfig. 

12. Lydia, b. Oct. 3, 1737 ; living 1731. 

OLIVIER. 

IV. 3. Joseph Coolidge, b. Feb. 10, 17 18-9, d. Sept. 14, 177 1 (new style : Feb. 21, 
1719, Sept. 14, 1771), aged 51; w. Nov. 8, 1746, Marguerite Olivier, 
b. Nov. 8, 1726, d. Oct. 25, 1816, aged 90. 
V. 1747. I. Joseph Coolidge, m. (i) Elizabeth Boyer ; in. (2) Katharine Boyer, 
p. 22. 
1749. 2. Margaret Coolidge, b. i74-{ ?), d. young, 1748 ( ?). 
1730. 3. John, m. Lydia Dawes, p. 8. 

1732. 4. Benjajnin, b. 1732 ; m. Mary Carter Breivster, p. 14. 
^753- 5- Margaret, b. 1733 ; m. Jacob Sweetser, oj Lancaster, p. 17. 

1738. 6. Mary, m. Zachariah Hicks, oJ Boston, p. ig. 

1739. ?• Amie. 

1760. 8. William, b. 1760, d. Sept. 17, 1762. 

Marguerite Olivier was the daughter of Anthoine Olivier, a French Huguenot, who, with his relatives 
of the Segourne and Germaine families, embarked at La Rochelle for New England, in consequence 
of the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685. 

He moved from Boston to Port Royal (Annapolis), Nova Scotia, and after a few years returned 
to Boston. 

The first volume of his French Bible, containing the names of his fifteen children, is in the Boston 
Athenaeum, to which it was given by Elisha Sigourney, July 16, 1810. It was printed in Paris in 

MDCLXXV. 

Marguerite Olivier was married three times : At the age of 20, (1) Nov. 18, 1746, Joseph Coolidge, 
of Boston, who died Sept. 14, 1771 ; at the age of 49, {2) Dec. 26, 1775, "Capt. Israel Jennison, of 
Worcester & Margaret Coolidge, of Boston, Resident in Lancaster." Capt. Israel Jennison, d. 
Dec. 19, 1782 ; his widow was 56 years old; she afterwards married (3) the Rev. Joseph Wheeler, of 
Worcester, graduate Harvard College, 1757 ; Registrar of Probate at Worcester, Mass., d. 1793, p. 17. 

"After the dispersion of the French Protestant Church and Society in 1748, she became a member 



VI. 



JOHN COOLIDGE, /;. 1750, d. 1798 ; 
m. 1772 LYDIA DAWES, h. 1747, d. 181 5. 



1776. 

4- 



1780. 
5- 



1782. 
6. 



1783. 
7- 



1784. 1786. 1792. 
8. 9. 10. 



John Lucas. 



William. 



VII. 



VIII. 



Lydia. 



William 



(i) 1807 Matilda Curtis 
(2) 1817 Mrs. Eliza 
Pannell Mulliken, 
p. 9. 

Lydia. Oliver. 

;«. 1798 
Eben Farley, 
p. 8. 



Amanda Mills Dennison, 
p. II. 



Betsy. Mary. 



Charles Dawes C. 
Eliza Austin, p. 12. 



Jane E. C. 

m. 

D. R. Chapman, p. 12. 



Charles Austin C. James Ivers 
m. Trecothick C. 

Anna M. Rice, ;«. 

p. 13. Mary R. 

Channing Rogers, p. 13. 



Hannah T. 
Austin C, p. 14. 



Charles Austin C, Edward Burroughs C, 
p. 13. p. 13. 



Anna Maria 

Louisa C. 

jii. 

Henry Parker Hoppin, 

p- n- 



GENEALOGIES. 8 

OLIVIER. 

of the Old South Church. She died on the 25th October, 1816, and was buried in King's Chapel, 
in the tomb of her son. Mr. Coolidge was also a member of the church." 

THE EPITAPH IN KING'S CHAPEL IS: — 

Mrs. Marguerite Wheeler 

daughter of Anthoine Olivier, & mother of 

Joseph Coolidge 2d 

died . 25 . Oct. 

1816 
aged 90 years. 

V. I. Joseph Coolidge, m. (i) Elizabeth Boyer ; m. (2) Katharine Boyer, 

p. 22. 
2. Margaret Coolidge, h. i74-(?), d. young, 1748 (.?). 

DAWES. 

V. 3. John Coolidge, b. 1750, d. June 8, 1798 ; will dated Feb. 22, 1798. Second 
Lieut, in Capt. J. Stoddard's Co., 1776-1777 ; m. May 20, 1772, Lydia 
Dawes, daughter of William Dawes and Lydia Boone, b. Feb. 7, 1747, 
d. July 22, 18 1 5. 

Boston Directory, 17S9, Coolidge, John, tailor. Market Square ( ?). 

VI. 1. John Lucas Coolidge, b. Feb. 22, 1773, d. 1791. 

2. Lydia Coolidge, d. young. 

3. William Coolidge, d. young. 

4. Lydia Coolidge, b. March 18, 1776, d. Nov. 14, 1813 ; m. May 27, 

1798, Eben Farley, of Boston, b. in Ipswich, Mass., March 24, 1775, 
d. Sept. 27, 1826. 
VII. 1. John Coolidge Farley, b. April 17, 1799, d. Oct. 9, 1800. 

2. Frederick Augustus Farley, b. June 25, 1800, d. March 9, 1891 ; m. 
May 27, 1830, Jane Carter Sigourney, b. Oct. lo, 1803, d. Jan. 14, 
1890. 
VIII. 1. FREDERICK COOLIDGE FARLEY, b. Feb. 18, 1832 ; 
m. Julia HOBBS, April 3, 1856. Lives in Milburn, N. J. 
(1896). 
IX. \. Marion Farley, b. Dec. 11, 1857; m. July 11, 1891, J. R. 
Strickler. 
2. Frederick Augustus Farley, /5. May 19, i860; »z. March 23, 

189 1, Mary W. Borden ; lives in Englewood, N. J. 
X. I. Edith Vivian Farley, b. Dec. 24, 1891. 
2. Ellen Borden Farley, b. Dec. 10, 1893. 



GENEALOGIES, 9 

DAWES. 

IX. 3. Julia Farley,/^. Sept. 17,1864 ; in. April, 1893, Edward B. Camp. 
4. Sigourney Farley, b. March 7, 1866, d. May 27, 1888. 
VIII. 2. CHARLES SIGOURNEY FARLEY, b. April 18, 1834, d. 
June 30, 1885. 

3. ANNA ROLLINS FARLEY, b. Jan. 14, 1837, d. April 3, 1846. 

4. AUGUSTA MAGEE FARLEY, /;. Nov. 5, 1840; ;«. October, 

1866, John Alsop OSBORN, d. 1889. 
VII. 3. Lydia Coolidge Farley, b. Jan. 2, 1803, ^. Jan, 17, 1890; w. Aug. 2, 

1836, Luther Angier, /'/. September, 1881. 

VIII. 1. Emily Tidd Angier, b, Feb. 22, 1841, d. Jan. 23, 1862. 
VII. 4, Ebenezer Farley, b. April, 1804, d. 185 1. 

5. Joseph Henry Farley, b, Sept. 7, 1805, ^. 1861. 

6. Charles Andrews Farley, b. Sept. 8, 1806, d. April, 1887 ; m. Sept. 6, 

1837, Martha Moorfield. 

VIII. 1. CHARLES FARLEY, b. 1838, d. i84-(?). 

2. FRANK MOORFIELD FARLEY, (^. February, 1840. 
VII. 7. Frank Dennison Farley, b. June 17, 1809, d. 1861 ; w. May 22, 1849, 
Rhoda Ann Rood. 
VIII. 1. JOHN COOLIDGE FARLEY, b. Oct. 9, 1850 ; m. April 6, 1881, 
Sarah F. PESTER, living in Nebraska, 1897. 
IX. 1. Rose Coolidge Farley, b. April 27, 1882. 

2. Sarah Frances C. Farley, b. Oct. 30, 1884. 

3. Anne Patterson C. Farley, b. Aug. 4, 1887. 

VIII. 2. ANNA LAWRENCE FARLEY, b. Sept. 30, 1856; living in 
Davenport, 111. (1896). 
VII. 8. Susannah Farley, b. Nov. 18, 181 1, d. Oct. 16, 1890, in Charlestown ; 
m. in Ipswich, Aug. 2, 1834, Dr. Cornelius Soule Cartee, b. Provi- 
dence, R. I., July 28, 1806, d. Dec. 22, 1885, in Charlestown, Mass. 
VIII. 1. ELIZABETH FARLEY CARTEE, b. Providence, R. I., Aug. 30, 
1836 ; living in Charlestown (1896). 
VI. 5. William Coolidge, b. Jan. 20, 1780, d. 1848 ; tn. (i) 1807, Matilda 
Curtis, of Boston, d. Dec. 2, 1814. After her death he soon moved to 
Baltimore, where he married (2) March 10, 18 17, Mrs. Eliza Pannell 
Mulliken, b. 1792, d. August, 1857. 
VII. 1. William Dawes Coolidge, b. Feb. 15, 1808, d. Sept. 12, 1885 ; m. Nov. 
17, 1833, Caroline Bass Ingles, b. in Kingston, Mass., Nov. 19, 1808, 
d. July 16, 1870. 
VIII. 1. CAROLINE MATILDA COOLIDGE, b. in Boston, Sept. 10, 
1835 ; m. Oct. 26, 1858, William Homer LANE, Jr., of Boston ; 
living in Cambridge, Mass. (1896). 



GENEALOGIES. lo 

DAWES. 

IX. William Coolidge Lane, b. in Newtonville, Mass., July 29, 1859. 
VIII. 2. JANE LORING COOLIDGE, b. in Boston, Feb. 6, 1839; m. (i) 
June 27, 1866, William Carter, of Newtonville, who d. 1870. She 
married (2) 1874, George R. B. Edmunds, of Boston, who d. 
Jan. 20, 1876, leaving no children. 
IX. 1. Elizabeth Worcester Carter, b. June 28, 1867, d. Oct. 23, 1867. 
2. Robert Ingles Carter, b. Sept. 10, 1868; m. March 2, 1891, Mary 
E. Peckham. 
VII. 2. Matilda Curtis Coolidge, b. May 5, 1810, d. March 27, 1866 ; ni. March, 
1837, Capt. George J. Curtis, of Boston, d. at Aiken, S. C, 1850. 
VIII. 1. GEORGE J. CURTIS, b. Sept. 23, 1844; m. Dec. 31, 1878, Mary J. 
FRITZ, b. April 5, 1853 ; lives in Atlanta, Ga. (1897). 
2. William Coolidge Curtis, b. April 4, 1846; m. Sept. 4, 187 1, Clara 

Weidman, b. Feb. 3, 1848, Chicago, 111. 
IX. 1. Jennie Irwin Curtis, b. Oct. 31, 1872. 

2. Robert Coolidge Curtis, b. Oct. 3, 1881. 

3. Elbert Coolidge Curtis, b. May 3, 1883. 

VII. 3. John Pannell Coolidge, b. Jan. 11, 1818, d. April i, 1819. 
By his second wife : — 

4. Eliza Ann Coolidge, b. 1819, d. Jan. 16, 1820. 

5. Susan Nelson Coolidge, /;. May 29, 182 1, d. Nov. 5, 187 1 ; m. July 29, 1844, 

Augustus Edward Wetherill. 
VIII. 1. HENRY EDWARD WETHERILL, d. young. 

2. EMMA AUGUSTA WETHERILL,^.Dec.24,i85o ; w.Sept.26,1870, 

John Frederick ZIMMERMAN ; living in Philadelphia (1896). 
IX. 1. John Frederick Zimmerman, Jr., b. Aug. 27, 187 1. 

2. Charles Edward Zimmerman, b. Sept. 5, 1877. 

3. Frank Getchell Zimmerman, b. Sept. 30, 1881. 

VIII. 3. CHARLES RUSH WETHERILL, b. Oct. i, 1854, d. Feb, 5, 1881. 
4. WILLIAM COOLIDGE WETHERILL, b. Nov. 24, 1858 ; m. June 

18, 1885, Kate KOCHERSPERGER. 
IX. 1. Doris Coolidge Wetherill, b. June 9, 1887. 

2. Frederick Veasey Wetherill, b. Jan. 10, 1890. 

3, Kathryn Anderson Wetherill, b. Dec. 28, 1894. 
VII. 6. Emily Jane Coolidge, b. January, 1823, d. Oct. 18, 1864. 

7. Mary E. Coolidge, b, July 30, 1825, d. February, 1895 ; m. at Nativity 

Church, Philadelphia, June 7, 185 1, John Faust. Now in Chicago (1896). 

VIII. 1. MARY E. FAUST, b. Aug. 22, 1858; m. Sept. 15, 1888, Edward 

Dentin KINNEY, who d. 1896. Said to be 1413 Central Park 

Boulevard, Chicago (1896.). 



GENEALOGIES. n 

DAWES. 

IX. 1. Gertrude Kinney, h. Nov. 5, 1893. 
2. Ira Kinney, b. April 24, 1896. 
VII. 8. Isabel Porter Coolidge, b. April 6, 1826; m. same date and place 
(June 7, 185 1) as her sister Mary E., Henry Lylburn, living in Phila- 
delphia, son of John Lylburn, of New York City. 
VIII. 1. HENRY LYLBURN, /;. March 17, 1851, d. May i, 1877. 

2. MARY REED LYLBURN, b. July 28, 1854; m. Feb. 21, 1878, 

Philip H. WOODLAND, who d. 1894. 
IX, 1. Henry Lylburn Woodland, b. April 16, 1879. 
VIII. 3. ELLA REED LYLBURN, b. April 20, 1864, m. April 21, 1887, 
William J. SIMPSON. 
IX. 1. William Henry Simpson, b, June 13, 1888. 
2. Isabel Simpson, b. April 16, 1893. 
VII. 9. John Pannell Coolidge, b. Sept. 17, 1829, d. in California; m. Dec. 
26, 1862, Sarah Ham, b. 1844, d. Dec. 12, 1864. He was 2d officer 
on board of an East Indiaman. 
VIII. 1. SARAH H. COOLIDGE, /;. Sept. 12, 1864, in California; m. 
Dec. 24, 1885, E. H. BORGER. 
IX. 1. Hattie E. Borger, b. Oct. 18, 1886. 
VII. 10. Henry Howland Coolidge, b. March 14, 183 1 ; m. 187 1, Caroline 
Rogers ; living in Philadelphia. 
VIII. 1. EDWARD DUBRE COOLIDGE, b. March 27, 1873. 
VII. 1 1. Eugenia Coolidge, b, Aug. 24, 1839 ! said to be living in Maiden ; m. 

1867, G. B. Sawtelle, of Maiden, Mass. ; d. ? 

VIII. 1. VESTA HOWARD SAWTELLE, /;. Nov. 28, 1868. 
2. PAULINE SAWTELLE, b. May 5, 1870. 
VI. 6. Oliver Coolidge, b. June, 1782, d. soon. 

7. Lewis Coolidge, b. Sept. 16, 1783. Went to sea; prisoner of the British, 
1814; went to Waltham, Vt. ; 771. Dec. 13, 1818, Amanda Mills Denni- 
son, of that town, who d. 1858. In 1834 moved to Willow Brook, near 
Kickapoo, Peoria County, III. ; d. August, 1872, Brimfield, 111. 
VII. 1. Edgar Humphrey Coolidge, b. and d. 1820. 

2. Jeanette Coolidge, b. May i, 1822, d. 1828. 

3. Edward Lewis Coolidge, b. Jan. 23, 1825, in Waltham, Vt. ; m. April 

16, 1854, Mary Ellen Palmer, b. Dec. 31, 1837, d. May 15, 1891. 
Now living in Brimfield, III. (1896.) 
VIII. 1. JULIA AMANDA COOLIDGE, b. Jan. i, 1855 ; m. Roy C 
Hayward, April 25, 1878. 
IX. 1. Delia E. Hayward, b. March 29, 1879. 

2. Edward Coolidge Hayward, b. Nov. 28, 1880. 



GENEALOGIES. 12 

DAWES. 

VIII. 2. ELLEN JEANNETTE COOLIDGE, b. Sept. 29, 1857. 

3. CARRIE LANE COOLIDGE, b. Dec. 19, i860; 771. Aug. 22, 

1896, E. E. CHAPIN. 

4. WILLIAM EDWIN COOLIDGE, b. 1862, «'. 1864. 

5. MARY EMILY COOLIDGE, b. Dec. 26, 1866; /«. Sept. 20, 

1884, J. S. McCOY, who d. in 1893. 
IX. 1. Winfried McCoy, b. June 24, 1885. 

2. Daniel McCoy, b. June 4, 1886. 

3. Marie McCoy, b. June 18, 1889. 

VIII. 6. BENJAMIN LEWIS COOLIDGE, b. Dec. 12, 1864; m. May 20, 
189 1, Alta BARNES ; living in Chicago. 

7. John Palmer Coolidge, b. Feb. 13, 1868; m. Nov. 27, 1894, 

Maud Slocum. 

8. Harry Steele Coolidge, b. Feb. i, 1870. 

9. JENNIE CURTIS COOLIDGE, b. Oct. 16, 1872; m. Dec. 7, 

1893, H. C. MEHAN ; living in Washington State. 

10. ALBERT EDWARD COOLIDGE, /;. Aug. 29, 1874. 

11. KATE RUTH COOLIDGE, b. April 27, 1876. 

12. MAYBLE F. COOLIDGE, b. April 13, 1878. 

13. NANCIE ADELAIDE COOLIDGE, b. Aug. 30, 1885. 
VII. 4. George Gordon Byron Coolidge, b. 1830, d. 1861. 

5. Ellen Jeannette Coolidge, b. April 2, 1832 ; m. April 11, 1854, Edmund 

D. Palmer. 
VIII. 1. FRANK DENNISON PALMER, b. March 12, 1855; now living 
in Lincoln, Neb.; ;//. April 25, 1882, Nellie DOVEY. 
IX. 1. Jeanette Palmer, b. Aug. 21, 1883. 
VIII. 2. HARRIET EDWARD PALMER, b. Jan. 29, 1863. 
3. JESSIE SIDDLE PALMER, b. Aug. 24, 1870. 
6. EMILY DENNISON COOLIDGE, b. April 8, 1836 ; ;;/. Samuel 
GOODWIN, who d. 1894. 
VI. 8. Charles Dawes Coolidge, b. Oct. 24, 1784,^. March 17, 1842 ; m. Sept. 3, 
181 1, Eliza Austin, b. Sept. 23, 1792, d. Nov. 22, 1865, daughter of Ben- 
jamin Austin, Jr., and Jane Ivers, of Boston. 
VII. I. Jane Eliza Coolidge, i?-. June 21, 1812. Living in Cambridge (1896). 
Married Oct. 12, 1831, Dummer Rogers Chapman, son of Jonathan 
Chapman, b. March 6, 1808, d. April 29, 1865. 
VIII. 1. MARGARET GOODWIN CHAPMAN, b. July 29, 1832, d. 
Nov. 24, 1838. 
2. GEORGE WILLIAM CHAPMAN, b. Nov. 3, 1834, d. Jan. 18, 
1862. 



GENEALOGIES. 13 

DAWES. 

VIII. 3. JANE ELIZA COOLIDGE CHAPMAN, b. Oct. 26, 1839. 
4. EMILY DAVIS CHAPMAN, /;. Dec. 22, 1844 (?). 
VII. 2. Charles Austin Coolidge, b. April 22, 1815. Sailed from Brazos, Texas ; 
lost at sea December, 1847. Married Oct. 11, 1843, Anna Maria Rice, 
b. Jan. 10, 181 7, d. Aug. 15, 1886 ; daughter of Henry Rice, of Marlboro', 
b. Jan. 15, 1786, and Maria Burroughs, of Boston, 

Mrs. Anna M. Coolidge, ni, (2) Nov. 16, 1853, John Godfrey Neil, of 
Columbus, Ohio. 
VIII. 1. CHARLES AUSTIN COOLIDGE, M. D., b. Boston, July 19, 1844. 
i6th Inf. U. S. A., 1862 ; 7th Inf. U. S. A., 1864; Brevet Major, 
1898. " Under the provisions of the army reorganization bill just 
passed (1901 ?) Captain Coolidge will become major of this regi- 
ment on the very ground at Chickamauga on which his cousin Major 
Sidney Coolidge of the i6th U. S. I. was killed over thirty years 
ago, and during the battle." Married Nov. 19, 1867, Sophie Wager 
LOWRY, of Philadelphia, b. Nov. 19, 1849 ; daughter of Philip 
Lowry and Caroline Tilghman, of Maryland. 
2. EDWARD BURROUGHS COOLIDGE, b. May 22, 1846, living in 
Detroit, Mich. (1896); m. Oct 28, 1873, Ada SOLLACE, of 
Columbus, Ohio. 
IX. 1. Sollace Burroughs Coolidge, b. Aug. 21, 1874. 

2. Edward Bliss Coolidge,/^. Feb. 25, 1876. 

3. Adah Marie Coolidge, b. Dec. n, 1888, d. March i, 1893. 
VIII. 3. ANNA MARIA LOUISA COOLIDGE, b. Dec. 13, 1847 ; '^'- April 

30, 1873, Henry Parker HOPPIN, son of Rev. Henry Hoppin, of 
Cambridge, Mass. 
IX. I. Robert Coolidge Hoppin, b. Feb. 14, 1874, d. Sept. 8, 1875. 

2. Charles Parker Hoppin, b. June 11, 1875. 

3. Arthur Hall Hoppin, b. Dec. 17, 1876, d. March 3, 1892, 

4. Harold Lambert Hoppin, b. March 4, 1880, d. August, 18S1. 

5. Gilbert Hand Hoppin, b. Feb. 21, 1887. 

VII. 3. James Ivers Trecothick Coolidge, D.D., LL.D., b. Nov. i, 1817, Cambridge, 
Mass. Married April 14, 1843, Mary Ruth Channing Rogers, b. July 16, 
1822, daughter of Robert Rogers and Mary Channing. 
VIII. 1. ELIZABETH HARE COOLIDGE,^. Jan. 22, 1844, ^. Aug. 12, 1879. 

2. ELLERY CHANNING COOLIDGE, b. March 22, 1847; m. (i)- 

1874, Adelaide RYAN, d. .? ; m. (2) 1878, Viola Durgin, ? 

3. MARGARET CHAPMAN COOLIDGE, b, Dec. 17, 1849; m. 1878, 

Walter DEANE, son of Charles Deane, of Cambridge. 



VI. 



VII. 



BENJAMIN COOLIDGE, b. 1752, a. 1819; 
m. MARY CARTER BREWSTER, b. 1757, d. 1820. 



Benjamin C. M. C. B. C. Mary C. B. C. 

m. 
B. F. Baldwin. 



iSog. 
I. 

M. B. B. 

1848. 



iSio. 1813. 
2. 3- 



Wyman Klchardson. Burrage Yale. 

6. 7. 



Loammi B. M. B. B. C. C. B. 



H. Avery. 
Clarissa B. 



W. B. K. 

■nt. 
Mclntire. 



Catherine C. B. 





M. E. B. 


Loammi F. B. 


Clarissa C. K. 


Kate Wyman K 




m. 


in. 




ni. 


VIII. 


D. Mathurson. 


K. W. Richardson. 

1 




Loammi F. B. 

1 



IX. 



1874. 


1 
1875. 


1880 


I. 


2. 


3- 



C. R. Baldwin. 



M. B. B. 



J. R. B. 



GENEALOGIES. 14 

DAWES. 

VII. 4. Hannah Trecothick Austin Coolidge, b. June 12, 1825, d. July 9, 

1895 ; 7n. June 13, 1850, Reuben Jones Todd, b. , d. 1878. 

VIII. GEORGE LOWELL TODD, b. 1857, d. 1858. 
VI. 9. Betsy Coolidge, b. Oct. 25, 1786, d. unmarried. 
10. Mary Coolidge, b. July 15, 1792. 

BREWSTER. 

V. 4. Benjamin Coolidge, p. 7, b. 1752, d. in Woburn, 1819 ; m. Mary Carter 
Brewster, b. 1757, d. 1820, aged 63. 
VI. 1. Benjamin Coolidge, b. June, 1781, d. at sea. 

2. Mary Carter Brewster Coolidge, b. 1782, d. July 29, 1783. 

3. Mary Carter Brewster Coolidge, b. Sept. 11, 1784; m. aged 24 (i), 

May I, 1808, Benjamin Franklin Bald^vin, of Woburn, son of Colonel 
Loammi Baldwin : he assisted his brother, Loammi Baldwin, Jr., in 
constructing the milldam ; d. in Woburn, Oct. 11, 182 1, aged 44; she 
m. aged 39 (2), Dec. 4, 1823, Wyman Richardson, counsellor-at-law, 
graduate Harvard College, 1804: he died in Woburn, June 22, 1841 ; 
she w. aged 61 (3), March 4, 1845, Burrage Yale, of South Reading, 
Mass. 
VII. 1, Mary Brewster Baldwinr<^. March 26, 1809, d. Dec. 28, 1812. 

2. Clarissa Baldwin, b. Nov. 29, 1810, d. July 15, 1813. 

3. Loammi Baldwin, b. April 25, 18 13, d. March i, 1855 ; m. March 2, 

1847, Helen Avery, of Exeter, 111., b. 1829, d. December, 1858. 
Civil engineer of Naples, 111. 
VIII. 1. MARY EMILY BALDWIN, b. Jan. 31, 1848 ; m. Sept. 25, 
1872, D. MATHURSON. 
IX. George Baldwin Mathurson, d. young. 
VIII. 2. LOAMMI FRANKLIN BALDWIN, b. Nov. 11, 1849; m. 
Sept. II, 1873, Kate Wyman RICHARDSON, p. 15, b. 
July 3, 1855, cousins, daughter of W. B. Richardson. 
IX. 1. Clara Richardson Baldwin, b. Sept. 11, 1874. 

2. Mary Brewster Baldwin, b. Sept. 17, 1875. 

3. James Rumford Baldwin, b. Dec. 19, 1880. 

VII. 4. Mary Brewster Baldwin, b. Jan. 16, 1815, d. in Racine, Wis., Oct. 
23, 1854 ; m. Dec. 28, 1836, Roswell Park, professor of natural 
philosophy and chemistry in University of Penn. In 1852 rector 
of Christ Church in Pomfret, Conn. ; later elected president of 
Racine College, Racine, Wis,, 1852-1863 ; d. July 15, 1869. 
VIII. 1. MARY PARK, b. April 4, 1839. 

2. CLARISSA PARK, ^.1845, d. 1845. 



GENEALOGIES. 15 

BREWSTER. 

VIII. 3. HELEN PARK, b. 1848, d. 1855. 

4. ROSWELL PARK, b. May 4, 1852. Since 1883 professor of prin- 
ciples and practice of surgery in University of Buffalo ; m. Martha 
P. DURKEE. 

IX. 1. Roswell Durkee Park, b. Dec. 8, 1885. 
2. Julius Durkee Park, b. Dec. 19, 1888. 
VIII. 5. BALDWIN PARK, b. 1854, d. 1855. 
VII. 5. Clarissa Coolidge Baldwin, b. Dec. i, 1819 ; m. May 16, 1843, Lewis 
Williams, M.D., Harvard College, 1843, Pomfret, son of Deacon Job 
Williams, of Pomfret. 

Children of second husband : — 
6. Wyman Baldwin Richardson, b. Dec. i, 1819 ; a currier of North Danvers; 

m, Nov. 4, 1846, Mary Ann Mclntire, h. 1824, d. 1884. 
VIII. 1. CLARISSA COOLIDGE RICHARDSON, b. April 13, 1853. 

2. KATE WYMAN RICHARDSON, b. July 3, 1855; 7n. Sept. 11, 

1873, Loammi F. BALDWIN; p. 14. 
IX. Three children ; p. 14. 
VII. 7. Catharine Coolidge Richardson, b. July 7, 1829, d. May, 1867 ; m, March 8, 
1853, George Palfrey Phinney, living in Como, South Dakota, b. Lexing- 
ton, Mass., Jan. 28, 1824. 
VIII. 1. FRANK PHINNEY, /;. Jan. i, 1854; m. July 4, 1876, Emma E. 
ALBIN, b. 1857 ; living at Como, South Dakota (1896). 
IX. 1. Elias Phinney, b. Oct. 3, 1877. 

2. Cecil Grason Phinney, b. Dec. 10, 1879. 

3. Robert Bartlett Phinney, b. March 10, 1882. 

4. Palfrey P. Phinney, b. Oct. i8, 1885. 

5. Wyman R. Phinney, b. Jan, 26, 1888. 

6. Grace Phinney, b. Sept. 29, 1890. 

7. Frank Phinney, b. June 7, 1893. 

8. Mabel Edna Phinney, b. Feb. 10, 1896. 

VIII. 2. MARY BALDWIN PHINNEY, b. Nov. 29, 1855 ; m. Nov. 27, 1884, 
Lafayette D. Poor, b. June 11, 1852. 
IX. 1. Lotty Dwight Poor, b. Dec. 10, 1891. 

2. Catherine Richardson Poor, b. Oct. 10, 1893, d. same day. 

3. Susie Coolidge Poor, b. July 25, 1895. 

VIII. 3. JOHN BARTLETT PHINNEY, b. Oct. 4, 1857 ; m. Nov. i, 1887, 
Atlanta THOMAS, b. 1864. 
IX. 1. Catherine Phinney, b. May 24, 1889. 
2. Blanche Phinney, b. May 2, 1891. 



GENEALOGIES. i6 

BREWSTER. 

VIII. 4. ROBERT ANDERSON PHINNEY, b. April 23, 1861 ; m. May 
3, 189 1, Mary E. KELLEY, b. June 14, 187 1. 
IX. 1. Mattie Charlotte Phinney, b. March 3, 1892. 
2. Leda Jessie Phinney, b. March 26, 1894. 
VIII. 5. GEORGE E. PHINNEY, b. May 15, 1865; m. Feb. 11, 1891, 
Myrtle E. CLARK, b. June 30, 1871. 
IX. 1. James Loyal Phinney, b. Oct. 28, 189 1. 

2. Frederick Bartlett Phinney, b. Dec. 15, 1895. 
VIII. 6. JENNIE CATHERINE PHINNEY, b. Jan. 20, 1867, d. Oct. 
28, 1867. 
VI. 4, Thomas Brewster Coolidge, b. Dec. 8, 1785; m. Clarissa Baldwin, 
daughter of Colonel Baldwin, of Woburn. Settled in Hallowell, Maine. She 
d. May 28, 1841, aged 49. Her husband's sister, Mary Carter Brewster 
Coolidge (p. 14) m. her brother, Benjamin F. Baldwin. 
VII. 1. Benjamin Coolidge, b. Nov. 10, 1812, d. Aug. 25, 1871 ; m. Mary 
Manning. 
VIII. 1. BALDWIN COOLIDGE, 7n. Lucy PLUMMER. 

2. BREWSTER COOLIDGE, d in childhood. 

3. THOMAS B. COOLIDGE, b. May 3, 1815, unmarried. 

VI. 5. Oliver Brewster Coolidge, b. May 16, 1798 ; m. April 18, 1825, Almira, 
daughter of Daniel and Hannah (Wright) Wyman. 
VII. 1. Oliver Brewster Coolidge. Had one son, ^. young. 

2. Benjamin Franklin Brewster Coolidge, b. 1826. 

3. Joseph Coolidge, b. 1830, d. young. 

4. Daniel Wyman Coolidge, b. 1831, fl'. 1839. 

SWEETSER. 

See " The Birth, Marriages and Death Register," Church Records and Epitaphs of Lancaster, 
Mass., 1643-1850, edited by Henry S. Nourse, Lancaster, 1890. 

In a letter from Major Charles A. Coolidge (/. zj), "jth U. S. A., dated from Fort 
Logan, Colorado^ May 27, iSgj, the following is enclosed : — 

(/F.) fohn Sweetser, Maiden, b. Feb. 11, IJ03 ; m. fune zj, 1^23 ; d. Feb. 21, lygd. 

His son, 
(V.) facob Sweetser, Lancaster, b. Dec. 27, 1746 ; m. March, 1772 ; d. fan. 2j, 
18 2 J (/. 17). His son, 
( VI.) Benjamin Coolidge Sweetser, Portsmouth, b. Nov. ig, 17 7 g ; m. fan. 8, 17 gg ; 
d. April 7. 1834 {p. 18). His son, 

( VII^ Washington Sweetser, Portsmouth, b. Nov. 2g, 180J ; m. , (?) d. Oct. 6, 

18^1. His son, 



V. 



VI. 



MARGARET COOLIDGE, b. 1752; 
m. 1772 JACOB SWEETSER, b. 1744. 



1774. 1778. 1779. 1781. 1783. 

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 



1786. 1787. 1788. 1790. 

7. 8. g. 10. 



Eliza 
Dupee Sweetser 



Daniel Greenleaf 

Wheeler, 

p. 17. 



Margaret S. 



Sallie S. 

tn. 

George 

Peter 

Thurston, 

p. 17. 



Johns. 



William S. 



Jacob S. 



Henry S. 



Margaret S. 



Fanny S. 



VII. 



Benjamin S. 



George Peter T. 



VIII. 



Joseph Spear, 

p. 18. Mary S. 

Catherine S. m. 

Moses 
Carleton, 
p. 18. 



Caroline T. 



Sarah A. T. 
Eben Sawder, p. 17. 



Sarah A. 

in. 

W. H. Young, p. 17. 



Mary E. 

m. 

H. H. Stimpson, p. 18. 



GENEALOGIES. 17 

SWEETSER. 

( VIII.) Jolm Palfrey Sweetser, Portsmouth, b. Nov. 7, 184J ; m. (i) Sept. 16^ 1863 ; 
(2) Aug. 13, i8go. 

IV. John Sweetser, Maiden, Mass., b. Feb. 11, 1703, d. Feb. 21, 1796; m. June 15, 
1725 Sarah Marey, of Boston, Mass., b. Oct. 29, 1707, d. Nov. 10, 1794. 
V. I. John Sweetser, b. Oct. 7, 1726, d. December, 1701 ( ? ). 

2. Elizabeth Dupee Sweetser, b. Aug. 17, 1728, d. December, 1715 (?). 

3. Sarah Sweetser, b. Aug. 31, 1730, d. Feb. 7, 1704 ( ? ). 

4. Hannah Sweetser, b. March 15, 1732, d. Feb. 9, 1734. 

5. Mary Sweetser, b. March 10, 1734, d. July 22, 1786. 

6. Hannah Sweetser, b. March 15, 1736, d. Oct. 12, 1736. 

7. Abigail Sweetser, b. March 3, 1738, d. , 1804. 

8. Susannah Sweetser, b. March 2, 1740, d. , 1820. 

9. Hannah Sw^eetser, b. Feb. 20, 1743, d. Dec. u, 1744. 

10. Joanna Sweetser, b. Sept. 30, 1744, d. Jan. 23, 1823. 

11. Jacob Sweetser, b. Sept. 27, 1746 ; m. Margaret Coolidge, p. 7. 

12. Nathaniel Sw^eetser, b. Oct. 17, 1748. 

5. (p. 7.) Margaret Coolidge, b. in Boston, April 23, 1753, d. in Lancaster, 

July 9, 1838, aged 85 ; m. in Boston, March, 1772, Jacob Sweetser, 

of Lancaster, Mass., b. in Boston, Dec. 27 (new style August 7), 1746, 

d. Jan. 23, 1823, aged 76. Had 12 children. 

VI. 1. Eliza Dupee Sweetser, b. in Boston, Jan. 2, 1773, d. in Worcester, 

June 13, 1800 ; m. Daniel Greenleaf Wheeler, of Worcester, 

Sept. 23, 1799. Lv. and d. in Worcester. He was a grandson of 

Rev. Joseph Wheeler, the 3d husband of Marguerite Olivier, p. 7. 

2. Margaret Sweetser, b. in Boston, Nov. 21, 1774, d. Nov. 15, 1782. 

3. Sallie Sweetser, b. in Boston, Dec. i, 1778, d. in Lancaster, Jan. 

21, 1832, aged 54; m. Peter Thurston, of Lancaster, b. 1768, d. 
Dec. 9, 1824. 
VII. 1. George Peter Thurston, b. 1801, d. in Worcester, Oct. 7, 1859. 

2. Caroline Thurston, b. 1798, d. in Lancaster, March i, 1878, 

aged 80. 

3. Sarah Ann Thurston, b. 1800, d. in Worcester, Jan. 8, 188 1, 

aged 81 ; 7n. Eben Sawyer, of Lancaster, b. 1797, d. in Lan- 
caster, Oct. 23, 1822, aged 25. 
VIII. 1. SARAH ANN SAWYER, /'. in Worcester, Mass., March 

3, 182 1, d. Sept. 8, 1887 ; m. Sept. 15, 1843, W. H. 

YOUNG, b. 1818, d. 1887. 



GENEALOGIES. i8 

SWEETSER. 

IX. William Clesson Young, b. in Leominster, Mass., May 28, 1848, 
d. Aug. 19, 1894; m. Sept. 14, 1871, Minvera Tyler. 
X. I. Mabel Minerva Young, b. July 18, 1872. 

2. Alice Marion, b. Jan. 15, 1874, d. March 27, 1875. 

3. Edith Caroline, b, Oct. 29, 1877. 

4. Hattie Elizabeth, b. Nov. 11, 1884, d. same day. 

5. Ethel Sawyer, b. July 12, 1888, d. Aug. 12, 1888. 

VIII. 2. MARY ELIZABETH SAWYER, b. Nov. 8, 1822, d. May, 1888 ; 
m. May 11, 1844, Herbert H. STIMPSON, b. 1803, ^. 1887. 
IX. Herbert F. Stimpson, b. April 11, 1864; m. Gertrude Breed, 
1890. 
VI. 4. Benjamin Coolidge Sweetser, b. in Boston, Nov. 19, 1779, d. in Boston, 
April 7, 1834. 

5. John Sweetser, b. in Boston, Feb. i, 1781, d. Sept. 14, in Norfolk, Va., 1826. 

6. Jacob Sweetser, b. in Boston, April 17, 1783, d. the same day. 

7. William Sweetser, b. in Boston, July i, 1786, d. at sea, Oct. 4, 1805. 

8. Margaret Sweetser, b. in Boston, Aug. 6, 1787, d. in Lancaster, March 6, 

1840, aged 53. 

9. Henry Sweetser, b. in Lancaster, June 22, 1788, d. in Roxbury, Sept. i, 

1856, aged 68. 

10. Catharine Coolidge Sweetser, ^. in Lancaster, Oct. 13, 1790, d. Sept. 29, 

1876, aged 86, unmarried. 

11. Fanny Sweetser, b. in Lancaster, June 15, 1792, d. in New York, Feb. 17, 

1822 ; ni. Joseph Spear, of New York. 
VII. 1. Joseph Spear, m. Charlotte Whipple, of Charlestown. Both dead. 
Some of their children living in California (1891). 
VI. 12. Mary Sweetser, b. in Lancaster, July 23, 1799, d. in Lancaster, May 7, 
1832, aged 32 ; m. Feb. 8, 1820, second wife, Moses Carleton, of Lan- 
caster, who d. July 6, 1858, aged 73. His first wife was Mary Sawyer, of 
Lancaster. They had one child, Albert S., who d. 1891. 
VII. 1. Mary Louisa Carleton, b. in Lancaster, 182 1, d. Jan. 22, 1837. 

2. Theodore Carleton, b. 1822, d. Oct. 23, 1823. 

3. George Henry Carleton, b. 1825, d. Sept. 29, 1829. 

4. Frances Sweetser Carleton, b. in Lancaster, Feb. 27, 1829 ; ;;/. De- 

cember, 1857, Orice Augustus King, who died in Lancaster, Feb. 5, 
1858, aged 26. 

5. Webster Carleton, d. soon after birth. 



V. 



VI. 



d. 1845. 



Mary C. 
Hicks. 



MARY COOLIDGE, b. 1758, d. 1S26; 
m. 1799 ZACHARIAH HICKS, b. 1755, d. 1842. 



d. 1800. 
3- 4- 



d. 1S69. 
5- 



</. 18 
7- 



if. 1841. 
9- 



rf. 1865. 



d. 1873. 
13- 



William H. 



Eliza H. 



Joseph H. 



Anne 
Maria H. 



Henry Cutter, 
p. 19. 

John H., James H., George H., Margaret Caroline 

</. 1809. d. </. 1808. Olivier H., Matilda H., 

d. 1869 d. 1836. 

m. 
Capt. Eiidlcott, 
of Salem. 



Catherine 
Coolidge H. 



R. HunneTvell. 



Charles H., 
d. 1818. 



William 

Rowland H. 

m. 1835 

Sarah McKay. 

James 

Henry H. 

vt. 

Eliza Magens, 

d. 1849. 



GENEALOGIES. 19 

HICKS. 

V. 6. Mary Coolidge, b. Nov. 4, 1758, d. Oct. 29, 1826; m. 1799, Zachariah 
Hicks, of Boston, b. 1755, ^- 1842. 

He was the son of John Hicks [1725-1775], who was said to have been the first man killed on 
April 19, 1775, by the British troops, and was buried "in his boots" in the old burial ground at 
Cambridge. A century afterwards the City of Cambridge erected a monument in the old cemetery : 
" A. D. 1870, to the memory of John Hicks, William Marcy, Moses Richardson, buried here" 
— (and others) — "men of Cambridge who fell in defence of the liberty of the people, April 19, 
I775'" I'^ Boston Directory 1789, Hicks, Zachariah, sadler, 38 Comhill. 

VI. 1. Mary Coolidge Hicks, b. April 8, 1780, d. Feb. 8, 1845. 

2. John Hicks, b. 1783, d. 1809 ; unmarried. 

3. William Hicks, b. 1784, d. 1800; unmarried; twin to 

4. James Hicks, b. 1784. 

5. Eliza Hicks, b. 1786, d. Nov. 9, 1869 ; m. 1814, Henry Cutter. 

VII. 1. Mary Eliza Cutter, /;. 1815, d. Sept. 29, 1857; 7n. June 6, 1837, 
Amos G. Thompson. 
VIII. 1. HELEN MARIA THOMPSON, ^.April, 1839,^. Aug.8, 1876; 
m. 1869, H. BRACKETT, who d. 1874. St. Paul (1896). 
2. JOSEPHINE THOMPSON, b. Jan. 8, 1841, d. Dec. 29, 
188 1 ; m. Oct. 13, 1864, Elting Fowler WARNER, of St. 
Paul, b. April 9, 1834. 
IX. 1. Thompson Warner, b. Jan. 2, 1872. 

2. Helen Josephine Warner, b. Feb. 18, 1874. 

3. Elting Warner, b. Nov. 25, 1878. 

VII. 2. George Henry Cutter, b. Jan. 9, 1818, d. Oct. 10, 1883 ; m. June 21, 
1842, Lucinda Tyler, b. 1822, d. 1892. 
VIII. 1. MARY ELIZA CUTTER, b. Sept. 26, 1843 ; 7n. 1862, 
Horace B. PIERSON. 
IX. 1. Horace B. Pierson, b. June 16, 1866; d. Nov. 14, 1895, 
Boston. 
VIII. 2. EMILY LYMAN CUTTER, b. Feb. 27, 1849 ; m. Feb. 27, 
1866, I. Lowell PRATT, b. Oct. 18, 1843. 
IX. 1. Lowell Tyler Pratt, b. Feb. 12, 1867 ; m. March 10, 
1889, Ella M. Huse, b. Aug. 2, 1869. 
X. I. Reginald Tyler Pratt, b. July 17, 189 1. 
IX. 2. Stella Pratt, b. Feb. 4, 1870 ; m. June 6, 1894, James A. 
Potter, b. June 3, 187 1. 

3. John Thompson Pratt, b. April 6, 187 1, d. Oct. 17, 1893. 

4, Emily Pratt, b. Aug. i, 1872. 

VII. 3. Horace Frederick Cutter, /a July 4, 1 82 1. Living in San Francisco, 
Cal. (1896). 



GENEALOGIES, 20 

HICKS. 

VII. 4. William Cutter, b. 1824, d. young. 
VI. 6. George Hicks, b. 1788, d. 1808. 

7. Joseph Coolidge Hicks, b. 1790, d. 1864, unmarried. 

8. Margaret Oliver Hicks, b. Feb. 25, 1792,^. Dec. 17, 1869; m. Captain 

Endicott, of Salem. 
VII. 1. Helen Maria Endicott, b. in Salem, Aug. 25, 18 18, d. June i, 1889 ; m. 
June 5, 1843, Henry French, who d. May 16, 1866 ; four children, 
d. young. 
VIII. 1. GUSTAVUS ENDICOTT FRENCH, b. May 14, 1849, d. ? 
1867, twin of 

2. HARRIET ENDICOTT FRENCH, b. May 14, 1849, ^- Dec. 2, 

1851. 

3. HENRY ENDICOTT FRENCH, b. Sept. 22, 1856, d. .? 1867. 

4. HELEN ENDICOTT FRENCH, b. July 9, 1854, d. ? 1865. 
VII. 2. Frederick G. Endicott, ^. 1823, d. 1840. 

3. Mary Coolidge Endicott, b. in Salem, Aug. 28, 1830, d. Dec. 27, 1858 ; 

m. October 6, 1853, Samuel B. Howe. After her death he married 
her sister Margaret. 

4. Margaret Josephine Endicott, b. in Salem, Aug. 25, 18 18, d. Feb. 17, 

1895 ; m. (i) June 17, 1850, John C. Blackler ; had three children; 
was divorced about 1857 ; m. (2) i860, her sister Mary's widower, 
Samuel B. Howe, b. February, 1818? d. July 7, 1879. The children 
by her first marriage took the name of Endicott after their mother's 
divorce. 
VIII. 1. LIZZIE FORRESTER (BLACKLER) ENDICOTT, b. Aug. 
24, 1852, d. Jan. 6, 1893. 

2. ANNA GOWER (BLACKLER) ENDICOTT, b. Jan. 24, 1854. 

Living in Salem (1896). 

3. MARY ENDICOTT HOWE, b. and ^.1861. 
VI. 9. Anne Maria Hicks, b. 1793, d. 1841. 

10. Caroline Matilda Hicks, b. 1796, d. 1836. 

11. Catherine Coolidge Hicks, b. June 13, 1797,^. May 25, 1865 ; m. R. 

Hunnewell, who d. previous to 1839. 

12. Charles Hicks, b. May 30, 1799, d. May 9, 1818. 

13. William Howland Hicks, b. Feb. 27, 1801, d. March 12, 1873 ; m. Oct. 

8, 1835, Sarah Mackay, of Demarara, W. I., b. May 10, 1801, d. March 
12, 1878, at Milton, Mass. 
VII. 1. Caroline Matilda Hicks, b. Oct. 10, 1836, d. Dec. 10, 1841. 

2. Josephine Mackay Hicks, <^. Aug. 29, 1837. Living at Milton, Mass. (1896). 

3. Emma Endicott Hicks, b. Dec. 2, 1844. 



GENEALOGIES. 21 

HICKS. 

VI. 14. James Henry Hicks, b. in Boston, May 23, 1803, d. Nov. 23, 1849 '■> 
m. May 3, 1829, Eliza Magens in St. Thomas, W. I., b. in St. Croix, 
W. I., July ID, 1808, d. May 27, 1884. 
VII. 1 . Maria Henrietta Elizabeth Hicks, b. in St. Thomas, W. I., Feb. 8, 
1830, d. Feb. 15, 1884; m. Gustav v. Lillienskjold, of Denmark. 

2. Helen Melchior Hicks, b. in St. Thomas, W. I., Oct. 3, 183 1. 

3. Caroline Matilda Josephine Hicks, b. in St. Thomas, Sept. 8, 1833. 

4. John Magens Hicks, b. in St. Thomas, W. I., Dec. 3, 1835, rt'. in 

Boston, Jan. 12, 1839. 

5. Anna Louisa Hicks, b, in Boston, May 15, 1838 ; ;//. Rudolph Elvers, 

of Hamburg (Ger.). 
VIII. 1. JULIE OLGA ELVERS, b. in Porto Rico, May 10, 1867, d. 
Aug. 23, 1893. 
2. ELIZA EMELIA MATHILDA ELVERS, b. in Porto Rico, 
July 2, 1869,^. Feb. 5, 1893; m. Julius DALLMER, of 
Hamburg (Ger.). 
IX. 1. Rudolph Otto Dallmer, b. Jan. 15, 1893. 
VIII. 3. FREDRICK ALBERT HENRY ELVERS, b. in Hamburg, 
Dec. 10, 1870, d. February, 1871. 

4. AMORY ALICE ELVERS, b. in Porto Rico, May 25, 1872. 

5. HAROLD ELVERS, b. in Porto Rico, Jan. 23, 1874, d. May 

30, 1877. 

6. ANNA MARIA ELVERS, b. in St. Thomas, Jan. 30, 1878, 

d. Dec. 30, 1885. 

7. RUDOLPH OTTO ELVERS, b. in St. Thomas, Jan. 30, 

1878, d. Dec. 30, 1885. 
VII. 6. Julia Magens Hicks, b. in Boston, Mass., June 11, 1840; ;//. Dec. 5, 
1862, Louis Tabing, of Bremen, b. 1835. They reside in Brooklyn, 
N. Y. (1897). 
VIII. 1. JOHN HENRY TABING, b. in St. Thomas, W. I., Dec. 5, 
1863 ; m. Emily Mead, Oct. 30, 1888. 

2. CHARLES WILLIAM TABING, b. in St. Thomas, Aug. 7, 

1865. 

3. ANNA ELIZA TABING, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1868. 

4. JULIA REBECCA TABING, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 10, 

1871. 

5. LOUIS TABING, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 23, 1877, d. 

Jan. 5, 1884. 
V. 7. Anne Coolidge, b. 1759, p. 7. 

8. William Coolidge, b. 1760, d. Sept. 17, 1762, p. 7. 



GENEAL O GIES. 2 2 

BOYER. 

V. 1. p. 7, 8, Joseph Coolidge, 2d, h. July 27, 1747, d. Oct. 6, 1820-1, aged 74 ; vi. 
(i) June I, 1772, Elizabeth Boyer, b. 1754, </. 1786, aged 32 ; w. (2) 
April 2, 1788, her sister, Katharine Boyer, b. 1755, d. Dec. 5, 1829, 
aged 74 ; daughters of Daniel Boyer and Elizabeth Bulfinch. 

He was an ardent " son of liberty " and is said to have been one of the celebrated " Boston tea- 
party." Mentioned in S. A. Drake's " Old Landmarks of Boston," 1875. ^"^ *^^ Boston Directory 
of 1789, Coolidge, Joseph, merchant, 20 Cornhill. 

Daniel Boyer was a son of James Boyer and Marianne Johonnot. Daniel Johonnot, b. in France, 
1668, came here 1686, with his wife Serzane, his uncle Andrae >Sigournie, and others and settled in 
Oxford. He had children : Zacterie, Serzane, Daniel, Andrae, Marianne, Fransoy. Andrea m. 
Seuseon Olivier, and had sixteen children (Andrae Olivier m. Susannah Johonnot). Marianne tn. 
James Boyer, and his son Daniel had daughters, Elizabeth and Katherine, who married Joseph Cool- 
idge. Zacterie had a house in the southerly part of Boston, in Orange Street, with a spacious garden 
attached, filled with rare plants. The house was burned in the great fire of 1787. Dr. Elijah Dix 
bought the property and erected an elegant brick house thereon. 

Mrs. Elizabeth (Boyer) Coolidge was the daughter of Daniel Boyer, a Huguenot, connected with 
the Sigournie and Johonnot families, who came together from La Rochelle. 

Her mother was Elizabeth Bulfinch, only child of John and Jeannette Crawford Bulfinch, and 
granddaughter of Adino Bulfinch, who came to this country in 1680. 

Mr. Joseph Coolidge, 2d, died Oct. 6, 1821, at his house in Bowdoin Street, formerly Middlecot 
Street. 

EPITAPHS IN king's CHAPEL. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Boyer, 

daughter of John Bulfinch, 

died — , aged 68. 

Joseph Coolidge, 2d, 

died Oct. 1820, 

aged 74. 

Elizabeth Coolidge, 

wife of Joseph Coolidge, 2d, 

died 1786, 

aged 32. 

Katharine Coolidge, 

wife of Joseph Coolidge, 2d, 

died 5th Dec. 1829, 

aged 74. 

Charles Coolidge, 

son of Joseph Coolidge, 2d, 

died 14 Sept. 1821, 

aged 40. 

Mehitable Coolidge, 

wife of Charles Coolidge, and daughter 

of John Templeman, 

died 1st Feb. 

1819, 

aged 33. 



VI. 



VII. 



JOSEPH COOLIDGE, b. 1747, d. 1820; 
m. (i) 1772 ELIZABETH BOYER, b. 1754, d. 1786 ; 
m. (2) 1778 KATHERINE BOYER, b. 1755, ^- 1829. 



I I I I 

JOSEPH Daniel. Elizabeth. John. 
m. 
ELIZABETH 
BULFINCH, 
p. 23. 

VII. I. 2. 



Ann. CHARLES Geo. Henry. Edward. 

VI. 

MEHITABLE TEMPLEMAN. 



I 
Charles 

VI. 

L. A. N. Dillingham, 
p. 29. 



John Templeman 

VI. 

Louisa Tilden, p. 23. 



Hetty Elizabeth B. 

VI. 

B. I. Haight, p. 33. 



Catherine B. 

in. 

S. W. Pomeroy, p. 32. 



Sarah T. 

m. 

U. T. Howe, p. 32. 

5. 6. 



Elizabeth B. 

vt. 

T. H. Swett, p. 24. 



Joseph 

VI, 

E. W. Randolph, p. 26. 



Thomas B. 

m. 

S. E. Goldsborough, p. 29. 



Susan Bulfinch 



Susan Apthorp. 



J. Lyman, p. 29. 



Anna. 



Anna Storer 

■nt. 

W. E. Prince, p. 29. 



vn. 



VIII. 



ELIZABETH BOYER COOLIDGE, b. 1797, d. 1880; 
m. 1822 TASKER HAZARD SWETT, b. 1795, (^- i84i- 



IX. 



Elizabeth Little S. 
Horace Binney Sargent. 



(Joseph Coolidge S.) 
Joseph S. Coolidge 

VI. 

Mary Louisa Coolidge. 



William Bourne S. 

111. 

Susan Heard Winthrop. 



X. 



Horace 
Binney 
Sargent. 



Lucius Elizabeth William Elizabeth Boyer John Templeman Rog^ Coolidge 

Manlius Heard Sargent Winthrop Coolidge Coolidge 

Sargent in. Sargent. vi. m. 

VI. Lieut.-Commander Dr. Richard Kathrine Scollay 

Mary Bowman Hendry John Hall. Parkman. 

Appleton McCalla. I 

X. I. 2. 



Dr. William 
McKim. 



Coolidge. 
Hetty Sargent. 



Mary Hall. 
Coolidge. I. 



Louise Hall. 



Mary. 



Kathrine. 
4- 



Louise. 



John Elizabeth. 

Templeman. 



Elizabeth Sargent 
McCalla 



Mary Hendry Lily Hazard. Stella Apthorp. 
McCalla 



Lieut. WilHam Miller. Lieut. McArthur. 



II. 



III. 



JOHN 

m. 

JEANNETTE 

CRAWFORD. 



ADINO BULFINCH 

m. ABIGAIL GREEN. 

Came to this country 1680; will recorded 1745. 



Samuel. 



Adino. 



Dr. THOMAS B., Sr. 

;«. June 11, 1724 
JUDITH COLMAN. 



IV. Elizabeth Bulfinch 

Daniel Boyer. 

V. Elizabeth Boyer 

■in. 
Joseph Coolidge, 2d. 



VI. 



VII. 



Dr. THOMAS B., Jr. 

m. 
SUSAN APTHORP. 



I 

Judith Bulfinch 

;«. 

Dr. Samuel Cooper, 

minister of Brattle 

Street Church. 



EUzabeth Bulflnch Anne B. CHARLES B., 

tn. in. 1795 architect, 

- Joseph Coolidge, 3d, George Storer. ?«. 17S8 

p. 23. HANNAH APTHORP; 

d. April 15, 1844. 



BULFINCH. 



VIII. 



Susan, 
d. 1827 ; 

tn. 

A. Hall, 

Washington, 

D.C. 



BULFINCH. 



Charles, 
d. 1862. 



Thomas, 
d. 1867. 



George 
Storer, 
d. 1853. 



Francis 
Vaughan, 
d. 1854 ; 



John 
Apthorp, 
d. 1836. 



(i) Mary Witherow, 
Nov. 25, 1834. 



1848. 
5- 



(2) Mrs. Annie B. 
Parsons, 
Jan. I, 1864. 



Stephen 

Greenleaf, 

d. Oct. 1870; 

■m. 



(i) Maria 

Howard, 

Oct. 4, 1836. 



(2) Caroline 

Phelps, 
Dec. 27, 1842. 



John T. A., 
b. May 3, 1837. 



Charles F., 
b. Jan. 8, 1S44. 



Thomas J., 
b. Feb. 16, 1842. 



IX. BARRETT. 



George G., F. V. B., 
b. Dec. 3, 1848; d. 

tn. 1878. Sept. 23, 1887. 
MaryC, Lilly 
b. Dearborn. 
Feb. 22, 1846; 



E. G. Barrett. 



Maria Harriet, 
b. Jan. 31, 1838 : 

in. 
G. G. Blything, 

of New York. 



I i 

Ellen Annie 

Susan, Caroline, 

b. Oct. II, b. Oct. 25, 

1844. 1846; 

d, Sept. 19, i86g 



1879. 



Louisa G. B. 
b. 1870. 

Ann L. B 



Edith M. B. 



Francis Vaughan B. 



Grace B. 



George 
Greenleaf B. 



Ray Webster B. 



GENEALOGIES. 23 

BULFINCH. 

VI. /. Joseph Coolidge, m. Elizabeth Bulfinch, p. 2j. 

2. Daniel, b. 1774, d. May 27, /;/ London, 1801, aged 2J. 
J. Elizabeth, d. young — 4 years. 

4. John, d. young. 

5. Ann, d. young. 

6. Charles, m. Mehitable Templeman, p. 2j. 

7. George Henry, d. young. 

By his second wije : — 

8. Edward, d. young. 

1. p. 23, Joseph Coolidge, 3d, b. March 15, 1773, d. Nov. 15, 1840, aged 67 ; 

7n. Sept. 20, 1796, by the Rev. James Freeman, Elizabeth Bulfinch, b. 

Jan. 29, 1777, d. Jan. 17, 1837, daughter of Dr. Thomas Bulfinch, Jr., and 

Susan Apthorp. 
The " Life and Letters " of Charles Bulfinch, architect, edited by his granddaughter Ellen Susan 
Bulfinch, Boston and New York, 1896. 

VII. /. Elizabeth Boyer Coolidge, m. Tasker Hazard Swett, p. 24. 

2. Joseph Coolidge.^ tn. Eleonora Wayles Randolph, p. 26. 

J. I'homas BulJinch Coolidge, m. Susan Elizabeth Goldsborough, p. 2g. 

4. Susati Apthorp Coolidge, d. young. 

J". Susan Bulfinch Coolidge, 7n. Joseph Lyman, p. 2g. 

6. Anna Coolidge, d. young. 

7. Anna Storer Coolidge, ni. Colonel William Edgar Prince, of New York, p. 2g. 

TEHPLEriAN. 

VI. 6. p. 23, Charles Coolidge, b. 1781, d. Sept. 14, 1820, aged 40; m. April i, 
1805, Mehitable Templeman, b. 1786, d. Feb. i, 1819, aged 33, daughter 
of John and Mehitable Templeman, of Georgetown, D. C. 
VII. I. Charles, m. Louisa A?in Noble Dillingham, p. 2g. 
2. Catherine Boyer, m. Samuel IVyllys Pomeroy, p. 32. 
J. John Ihjipleman, m. Louisa lllden, p. J2. 

4. Sarah lanpleman, m. Uriah Tracy Howe, p. 32. 

5. Hetty, 7Ji. Rev. Benjamin I. Haight, p. jj. 

6. Elizabeth Boyer, b. Feb. 20, 18 17, d.July, 18 — . 

John Templeman, born in England, son of Templeman, came to the United States in the 

year , and brought an introduction to Dr. Thomas Bulfinch, Jr. By his assistance Mr. Temple- 
man was enabled to practise his profession of dentistry; he lived on School Street, in Boston. He 
was afterwards at Georgetown, D. C, and also at Mount Savage, Md., were he owned property. 

He married the widow Mehitable (Bacon) Lawless, born . 

She had, by her former marriage, a daughter, Catherine Lawless, who married John Callender, 

who lived on Mount Vernon Street, corner of Walnut ( ? ) Street. He was clerk of the Court. 

Their daughter, Catherine Callender, married William or John Ward. 



VIII. 



JOHN BARNARD SWETT 
m. CHARLOTTE BOURNE. 



IX. 



Samuel, 

b. 1782, d. 1866; 

m, 

Lucia Gray, 

daughter of William Gray. 



Samuel 

m. 

Mary Low, 

of Dover, N. H. 

I 

1. Samuel. 

2. Elizabeth Hale. 

3. Lucia Gray. 

4. Mary Coolidge. 

5. William Low. 



William. 



Tasker Hazard 


John 


?«. 


lives in 


E. B. Coolidge, 


Philadelphia 


p. 24. 


m. 



William 

m. 
Charlotte 
Phinney. 

Wilhelmine 



Charlotte. 



John 



Lucia 



Delia Coffin. 



Delia. 



John. 



Cecilia De Wolf, Francis 
of Bristol, R. I. Alexander. 



Saliie 



Charlotte Elizabeth 
d. young. 



Gen. Edward Hallowell, Col. George French. 
Medford. 



VII. 



JOHN T. COOLIDGE, p. 23-25; 
m. LOUISA TILDEN. 



VIII. 



IX. 



Mary L. 

7n. 

J. S. Coolidge. 



John T. 
A. Parker. 



Elizabeth Boyer Rog^ John T. 

in. 7n. in. 

Richard John Hall. William McKim. K. S. Parkman. 



Elise Riche H. 
Mary Coolidge H. 



1. Mary. 

2. Kathrine Parkman. 

3. Louisa. 

4. John T. 

5. Elizabeth. 



GENEAL O GIES. 2 4 

TEflPLEriAN. 

The children of John and Mehitable (Bacon Lawless) Templeman were : — 

1. George Templeman, an officer in the United States army, graduate of West Point; married 
twice. He had a son, Richard Templeman, 

2. Mehitable Templeman, lived at Georgetown, D. C. ; married Charles Coolidge, p. 23. 

3. Sarah, who married Samuel ( ? ) Miller, who was a Methodist minister in Baltimore. He was 
living in 1876. 

I. Hetty Margaret Miller. 2. Mary Ann Miller. 3. An adopted son. 

SWETT. 

VII. 1. p. 23, Elizabeth Boyer Coolidge, b. 1797, d. Jan. 27, 1880, aged '^2>'^ ^^• 

Jan. 15, 1822, Tasker Hazard Swett, b. June 7, 1795, d. Sept. 2, 1841 ; son 

of Dr. John Barnard Swett and Charlotte Bourne, of Newburyport, Mass. 

The first ancestor of Dr. J. B. Swett in this country was one of the original grantees of Newburyport. 

The Hazards were planters in Rhode Island. 

VIII. I. Elizabeth Little Swett, m. Horace Binney Sargent, p. 24. 

2. Joseph Coolidge Sivett, ?tame changed by act of legislature, May 2j, 18 Ji, to 
Joseph Swett Coolidge ; m. Nov. 7, 18^1, Mary Louisa Coolidge, p. 25. 
J. William Bourne Swett ^ m. Susan Heard Winthrop, p. 2^. 

1. p. 24, ELIZABETH LITTLE SWETT, <^. Dec. 3, 1822, d Jan. 12, 
i866 ; ?n. March 31, 1846, Horace Binney SARGENT, b. June 30, 
182 1, son of Lucius Manlius Sargent and Mary Binney, daughter of 
Dr. Simon Binney, of Philadelphia. Santa Monica, Cal. 
IX. /. Horace Binney Sarge?it, b. April 2, 1847. 

2. Lucius Manlius Sargent, m. Marian Appleton Coolidge, p. 25. 
J. Elizabeth Hazard Sargent, m. Lieut.-Com. B. H. McCalla, p. 25. 
4. William Winthrop Sargent, b. Sept. i, 18^1, d. March 27, 1867. 



GENEALOGIES. 25 

SWETT. 

VIII. 2. p. 24, JOSEPH SWETT COOLIDGE, <^. March 7, 1829,^. March i, 1887 ; 
m. Nov. 7, 185 1, Mary Louisa COOLIDGE, b. Sept. 21, 1832, daughter 
of John Templeman Coolidge and Louisa Tilden, p. 32. 
IX. I. Elizabeth Boyer Coolidge, m. Dr. Richard John Hall, p. 25. 

2. Johfi Tetnpleman Coolidge, m. Katherine Scollay Parkjnan, p. 25. 
8. Roge Coolidge (dropped the name Louise Riche), b. Feb. 5, 1857, ^/. 
March 30, 1895 ; m. Nov. 22, 1882, Dr. William Duncan McKim, b. 
Feb. 14, 1855 ; son of Haslett McKim and Sally Birckhead, both of 
Baltimore. New York. 

1. Elizabeth Boyer Coolidge, b. April 15, 1853, in Paris, 85 Rue du Fau- 
bourg, St. Honore ; vi. Oct. 14, 1879, Dr. Richard John Hall, b. in 
Armagh, Ireland, son of Rev. Dr. John Hall and Emily Bolton, both 
of Ireland, d. Jan. 24, 1897, at Santa Barbara, Cal. 

X. I. Elise Riche' Hall, b. June 23, 1883. 
2. Mary Coolidge Hall, b. June 14, 1887. 
IX. 2. John Templeman Coolidge, b. Jan. i, 1856 ; m. Sept. 16, 1879, Kathe- 
rine Scollay Parkman, b. Aug. 22, 1858, d, Feb. 13, 1900 ; daughter 
of Francis Parkman and Kathrine Bigelow. 

X. I. Mary, b. in Paris, May 23, 1881. 

2. Kathrine Parkman, b. in Paris, Jan. 5, 1883. 

3. Louise Riche, b. Aug. 19, 1886. 

4. John Templeman, b. Dec. 28, 1888. 

5. Elizabeth, b. June 22, 1895. 

IX. 2. p. 24, Lucius Manlius Sargent, b. July3, 1848 ; m. Nov. 16, 1876, Marian 
Appleton Coolidge, b. Sept. 7, 1853, daughter of Thomas Jefferson 
Coolidge and Hetty Sullivan Appleton. He d. Nov. 15, 1893. 
X. I. Hetty Appleton Sargent, b. Oct. 28, 1877. 
IX. 3. p. 24, Elizabeth Hazard Sargent, b. Jan. 30, 1850 ; ?7i. March 3, 1875, 
Lieut.-Com. Bowman Hendry McCalla, born at Camden, N. J., June 
19, 1844, son of Auley McCalla and Mary Dufifield Hendry. 
X. I. Elizabeth Sargent McCalla, b. Dec. 23, 1875 ; 7n. Lieut. William 
Miller. 

2. Mary Hendry McCalla, b. March i, 1877 ; ni. August, 1902, Lieu- 

tenant McArthur, U. S. N. 

3. Lily Hazard McCalla, b. April 2, 1878. 

4. Stella Apthorp McCalla, b. Feb. 25, 1880. 

VIII. 3. p. 24, WILLIAM BOURNE SWETT, b. Nov. 14, 1832, d. Aug. 19, 1888; 
m. Oct. 4, 1858, at King's Chapel, by the Rev. Dr. Hoppin, SUSAN 
HEARD WINTHROP, b. , d. Sept. 4, 1886, daughter of Grenville 



GENEALOGIES. 26 

SWETT. 

Temple Winthrop and Frances Maria Heard, daughter of John and 
Susan Heard. 



VH. 2. p. 23, Joseph Coolidge, <5. Oct. 30, 1798,^. Dec. 15, 1879, aged 81 ; ;«. May 27, 

1825, Eleonora Wayles Randolph, b. Oct. 30, 1796, d. April 30, 1876, aged 

80, daughter of Thomas Mann Randolph and Martha Jefferson, daughter 

of Thomas Jefferson, of Monticello, Va., President United States. 

VIII. /. Ellen Randolph., b. March 30, 1826, d. May g, i8g4 ; tn. Jan. 24, 1835^ 

Edmund Dwight, b. Sept. jo, 1824, son of Edmund Dwight and 

Mary Harrison Eliot. 

2. Elizabeth Bulfinch., b. 182'j, d.Jiine p, 18 — . 

3. Joseph Randolph., m. Julia Gardfier., p. 26. 

4. Algernon {Sidney), m. Mary Lowell, p. 27. 

J. (Philip) Sidney, twins, b. Aug. 22, i8jO ; Major i6th United States 

Infantry ; killed at the battle of Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. ig, 1863. 
6. Thomas Jefferson, m. Hetty Sullivan Apple ton, p. 28. 

After the marriage of his granddaughter, Eleonora W. Randolph, to Joseph Coolidge, Thomas 
Jefferson gave him the desk on which he wrote the Declaration of Independence. After the death of 
Joseph Coolidge, 1879, his heirs, Mrs. Ellen R. Dwight, Mr. J. Randolph Coolidge, Dr. Algernon 
Coolidge, and Mr. T. Jefferson Coolidge, offered the desk to the United States, considering that the 
Department of State, where the original Declaration of Independence was kept, was the fittest 
place for it. 

It was a little writing-desk three inches high. Upon it was the following inscription, which 
Mr. Jefferson had written himself and placed upon it : — 

" Thomas Jefferson gives this writing-desk to Joseph Coolidge, Jr., as a memorial of affection. It 
was made, from a drawing of his own, by Benjamin Randall, cabinet maker of Philadelphia, with 
whom he first lodged on his arrival in that city in May, 1776, and is the identical one on which he 
wrote the Declaration of Independence. Politics, as well as religion, has its superstitions. Those 
gaining strength with time may one day give imaginary value to this relic for its association with the 
birth of the great charter of our independence. 

"Monticello, Nov. 18, 1825." 

It was presented to Congress on Aug. 22, 1880, by the Hon. Robert C. Winthrop. Both houses 
took formal notice of the gift. 

VIII. 1. ELLEN RANDOLPH, b. March 30, 1826, d. May 9, 1894; m. Jan. 
24, 1855, EDMUND DWIGHT, b. Sept. 30, 1824, son of Edmund 
Dwight and Mary Harrison Eliot ; d. June 6, 1900. 

2. ELIZABETH BULFINCH, b. 1827, d. June 9, 1832. 

3. p. 26. JOSEPH RANDOLPH COOLIDGE, b. Dec. 29, 1828 ; m. 

Dec. 18, i860, JULIA GARDNER, b. May, 1841, daughter of 
John Lowell Gardner and Catherine Elizabeth Peabody, daughter 
of Joseph Peabody and Elizabeth Smith. 



JEFFERSON. 

JOHN WAYLES, of "The Forest," Charles City, Va,, b. in England, 1715; 
m. MARTHA EPPES. 



RANDOLPH. 



Major Peter Field. 



Mary Field 

tn. 

Thomas Jefferson. 

I 

Peter Jefferson. 



Martha Wayles, b. 1749; 

(i) Bathurst Skelton. 
(2) Thomas Jefferson. 



William Randolph, b. 1650, d. 1711 
of Turkey Island, 
m. 
Mary Isham. 

John Randolph, of Dungeness, 

VI. 

Rogers, of England. 

I 
Jane Randolph. 



VII. 



VIII. 



I 
Thomas Jefferson 

Mrs. Martha (Wayles) Skelton. 

Martha Jefferson 

m. 
Thomas Mann Randolph, b. 1763, d. 1823. 



JOSEPH COOLIDGE, b. 1798, d. 1879; 
m. 1825 ELEANORA WAYLES RANDOLPH, b. 1796, d. 1876. 



Ellen Randolph 

fH. 1855 
Edmund Dwight. 



Elizabeth 
Bulfinch. 



Joseph 

Randolph 

m. 1S60 

Julia Gardner. 



Algernon 

JH. 1856 

Mary Lowell. 



Philip 
Sidney. 



Thomas Jefferson 

in. 1852 

Hetty Sullivan 

Appleton. 



IX. I. Joseph Randolph C, 1862 ; ni. 
1886 Mary Hill. 

X. I. Joseph R. C. 1887. 

2. Julia C. 1889. 

3. Mary Eliza C. 1890. 

4. Hamilton C. 1895. 

5. John Gardner C. 1897. 

6. Eleanora Randolph C. 

1899. 

7. Oliver Hill C. 1900. 

2. John Gardner C 1863. 

3 . Archibald Gary C. 1866. 

4. Harold Jefferson C, 1870; tn. 

1903 Edith Lawrence. 

5. Julian Lowell C, 1873 ; in. 

1901 Theresa Reynolds. 

X. Jane Revere Coolidge. 1902. 



IX. I. Algernon C, i860; m. 1896 
Amy Lothrop. 

X. I. Anne C. 1897. 
2. Algernon C. 1890. 

2. Francis Lowell C, i86i ; m. 

igoi Alice Brackett White. 

3. Sidney C, 1864; m. 1890 Mary 

Laura Colt. 

X. I. Mary Lowell. i8gi. 

2. Sidney. 1894. 

3. Edmund Jefferson C. 

1899. 

4. Thomas Buckingham C. 

1901. 

5. John Lowell C. 1902. 

4. Mary Lowell C, 1868; m. 189S 

Frederick O. Barton. 

X. I. Otis Barton. 1900. 

2. Ellen Randolph Barton. 

3. Mary Lowell Barton. 

igoi. 



IX. I. Marian Appleton C, 1853; in. 
1876 Lucius Manlius Sargent. 
1848. 

X. Hetty Appleton S. 1877. 

2. Eleanora Randolph C vt. 1879 

Frederick Richard Sears. 

X. I. Frederick Richards. 18S0. 
2. Eleanora Randolph Sears. 

1881. 

3. Sarah Lawrence C, 1858; m. 

i88o Thomas Newbold. 1849. 

X. I. Mary Edith Newbold. 18S3. 

2. Thomas J. Newbold. 1886. 

3. Julia Newbold. 1891. 

4. Thomas Jefferson C, 1863; in. 

1891 Clara Amory. 

X. I . Thomas Jefferson C. 1893. 
2. Amory C. 1895. 



GENEALOGIES. 27 

IX. 1. Joseph Randolph Coolidge, b. May 17, 1862; m. Oct. 28, 1886, Mary 
Hamilton Hill, b. Oct, 16, 1862, daughter of Hamilton A. Hill and 
Mary Eliza Robbins. 
X. I. Joseph Randolph Coolidge^ b. Dec. ij, iSSy (seventh of the name 
Joseph in succession). 
2. Julia, b. Sept. 6, i88g. 
J. Mary Eliza, b. Dec. 12, 18 go. 

4. Hamilton, b. Sept, i, i8gS' 

5. John Gardner, 2d, b. Dec. 10, i8g7. 

6. Eleonora Randolph, b.Jan.ji, i8gg. 

7. Oliver Hill, b. Aug. 5, igoo. 
IX. 2. John Gardner, b. July 4, 1863. 

3. Archibald Gary, b. March 6, 1866. 

4. Harold Jefferson, b. Jan. 22, 1870, m. Edith Lawrence, daughter of 

Amory A. Lawrence and (ist m.) Silsbee ; and granddaughter of 

Amos A. Lawrence and Sarah Appleton, sister of Mrs. T. Jefferson 
Goolidge, p. 28. 

5. Julian Lowell, b. Sept. 28, 1873, ;«. Jan. 19, 1901, Theresa Reynolds, 

daughter of Jane Revere and John P. Reynolds, son of Dr. Edward 
Reynolds and Margaret Wendel Phillips. 
X. Jane Revere Goolidge, b. July 17, 1902. 

VIIL 4. p. 26, ALGERNON GOOLIDGE, b. Aug. 22, 1830; ;//. July 15, 1856, 
Mary LOWELL, b. July 26, 1833, daughter of Francis Gabot Lowell 
and Mary Lowell Gardner, daughter of Samuel Pickering Gardner and 
Rebecca Lowell. 
IX. 1. Algernon, b. Jan. 24, i860 ; fn. Dec. 15, 1896, Amy, b. March 28, 1869, 
daughter of Thornton Kirkland Lothrop (son of Samuel Kirkland 
Lothrop, of Boston, and Mary Lyman Buckminster), and Anne Maria 
Hooper (daughter of Samuel Hooper and Anne Sturgis, of Boston). 
The first Lothrop, of Etton, Yorkshire, who came to New England in 1634, was John Lothrop, 
bom 1584; B. A. Queen's College, Cambridge, 1605; non-conformist pastor of ist Independent 
Church in London, 1634; arrested during 1632; enlarged on bond, 1634; arrived in America, 1634; 
settled in Scituate, 1635; quarreled with congregation about p^dobaptism; moved to Barnstable, 
1639. Died at Barnstable, Mass., 1653. Wife unknown. Had fourteen children. 
X. I. Anne, b. Nov. 4, 1897. 
2. Algernon, b. May 24, 1900. 
IX. 2. Francis Lowell, b. Nov. 20, 1861 ; m. Nov. 19, 1901, Alice Brackett 
White, b. April 2, 1864, daughter of Charles T. White [son of James 
B. and Mary A. White] and Sarah Brackett White, daughter of 
Jeffry and Sarah Richardson. 



BUCKINGHAM. 

m. MARIA DARLINGTON, of Winchester, Virginia. 

I 

EBENEZER BUCKINGHAM, D. D. 

m. 

LAURA STRONG HORR. 



Helen Buckingham 
B. F.Colt. 



Benjamin Horr B. 



Laura Adams 6. 



BENJAMIN COLT, of Hadley, Mass., 
m. MARY FLETCHER; m. (2) JOHN O. FOLSOM. 



BENJAMIN FLETCHER COLT 

ni. 

HELEN BUCKINGHAM. 



I 
Mary Rebecca Colt 

m. 
Dr. Mortimer Senter. 



MARY LAURA COLT 

nt. 
SIDNEY COOLIDGE. 

3- 



Josephine Colt. 



Ill I I 

Mary Lowell C. Sidney C. Edmund Jefferson C. Thomas Buckingham C. John Lowell C. 



WILLIAM WHITE, b. London, 1637 ; moved to Londonderry, Ireland; 
moved to Londonderry, N. H., 1725. 

m. (i) -m. (2) Jane Graham. 

4. 5. twins. 6. 



Henry. James. Jane. 



5- 



David. William. Thomas. 

b. in Londonderry, N. H.; 
m. 
(i) Mary Mills. I (2) Elizabeth Michell. 
6. 7. 8. g. 10. II. 12. 13. 14. 15. 



16. 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 

Jane. Jonathan. Susannah. I Mary. Ann. Elizabeth. | John. | Sarah. | David. | Lavinia. | 

Robert W. William. Thomas. James. Olif. Benjamin. 

b. Chester, N. H.. 1770; 
moved to Chester, Me. ; 



Susan Patterson. 



James Patterson White 

b. Bedford, Me., 1800; 

fit. 

Mary Ann Clark. 



Starratt. W. Broomfield. | Warren. I Jane. I Mina. George. 

Robert. .Susan. Anne. 



Frances E. Julia E. Mana A. 

wi. 
Walther B. Alden. 

Edith Frances Alden 
William D. Sohier. 



Eleanor. 



I 
Alice. 



Susan James Clark Charles Tallman Albert 

;«. m. White Starratt. 

Bailey. Martha Ellis. 5. Belfast, Me., 1835; 
moved to Boston 1854 ; 

m. 
Susan B. Richardson. 



William D., Jr. 



Alice Brackett White 

b. April 2, 1864; 

tn, 

Francis L. Coolidge, p. 27. 



Gertrude Richardson 
White. 



I. JOHN LOTHROP, b. in England, 1584. 2. JOSEPH L., b. in England, 1624. 

3. HOPE L., b. in Barnstable, Mass, 1697. 4. BENJAMIN L, b. in Windham, 1738. 

5. JOHN L., b. in Windham, 1738. 

6. JOHN HOSMER L., b. in New Haven, 1766; 

m. 1797 

JERUSKA KIRKLAND. 



VII. 



Samuel Kirkland I* 

m. 1829, in Utica, 

Mary Lyman 

Buckminster, 

daughter of Rev. Joseph B. 

and Mary Lyman (2d wife), 

daughter of Parson Lyman, 

of York, Me. 



Mary Ann Ij. Cornelia L. 



E. A. Wetmore, 
of Utica. 



Cliarles 
Kirkland. 
(Cousins.) 



William 
Kirkpatrick L.. 



Frances Li. 



John Hiram Lothrop. 
(Cousins.) 



John Thornton Lothrop, 
of Texas Navy, 



d. 1849. 



VIII. 



VII. 



William Sturgis, 

of Barnstable, 

m. 

Elizabeth Davis. 



Anne S. 
I 



John Hooper, 

of Marblehead, 

in. 

Elizabeth Hooper. 



Samuel H. 



Olivia B. L.. Mary L 

w. i86<5 ni. m. 

Lewis W. O. W. Charles D 
Tappan. Peabody. Homans, 
d. 1 886. 



Eliza Li. John K. Lothrop, 

b. 1830, Dover, N. H. 



Anne Maria Hooper. 



IX. 



Olivia B. T. 

>«. 1898 
Ellerton James. 



Caroline H. 

m. 1896 

Neville Priestley, 

of India. 



1867. 



1870. 
3- 



1872. 
4- 



Mary 
Buckminister I>. 



1. Charles H. P. 

2. Sybil P. 1899 



1897. 



Anne 

Peabody t,. 
tn. 1896 
Algernon Coolidge, 
p. 27. 



William 

Sturgis \i. 

tn. 1 89 1 

Alice Bacon. 



Thornton 
Kirkland I., 



X. I. Anne C. 1897. r. Samuel K. Li. 1892. 

2. Algernon C. 1900. 2. .Sturgis L,. 1897. 

3. Francis Bacon L.. 18 



GENEALOGIES. 28 

IX. 3. Sidney Coolidge, b. March 6, 1864; ^^- Aug. 13, 1890, Mary Laura 
Colt, of St. Joseph, Mo., b. Dec. 17, 1866, daughter of Benjamin 
Fletcher Colt and Helen Buckingham. 

Benjamin Colt, w. Mary Fletcher, both from Hadley, Mass. Their son was Benjamin Fletcher Colt. 

Rebecca, sister of Benjamin Colt, m. Dr. Mortimer Senter; has two sons and two daughters now 
living {1891) near Salt Lake. 

The widow Mary (Fletcher) Colt, m. (2) John O. Folsom, and had two sons: one dead, one living 
(1891) in New Hampshire, 

Ebenezer Buckingham, b. Sept. 18, 1814, in Newark, Ohio; m. Laura Strong Horr, 3. July 31 
181 5, in Poultney, Vt. Children : — 

1. Helen Buckingham, b. in Jacksontown, Ohio; m. Benjamin Fletcher Colt. 

2. Benjamin Horr Buckingham, lieutenant U. S, N. 

3. Laura Adams Buckingham, living in New York City. 

Benjamin Fletcher Colt, m. Helen Buckingham, while living in Hannibal, Mo. 

X. I. Mary Lowell Coolidge, b. Dec. 9, 1891, in St. Joseph, Mo. 

2. Sidney Coolidge, b. November, 1894, La Grange, 111. 

3. Edmund Jefferson Coolidge, b. April 13, 1899, Concord, Mass. 

4. Thomas Buckingham Coolidge, b. July 2, 1901, Concord, Mass. 

5. John Lowell Coolidge, b. Dec. 19, 1902, Concord, Mass. 
IX. 4. Ellen Wayles, b. Jan. 24, 1866. 

5. Mary Lowell, <^. Aug. 14, 1868 ; w. June 14, 1898, Frederick O. Barton, 
b. Jan. 20, 1858, son of Otis Barton, of Worcester, Mass., and Sarah 
Jewett Tuck, of Manchester, N. H. 

X. I. Otis Barton, b. June 5, 1899, New York. 

2. Ellen Randolph Barton, b. Aug. 21, 1900, New York. 

3. Mary Lowell Barton, b. Dec. 6, 1901, New York. 

VIII. 6. p. 26, THOMAS JEFFERSON COOLIDGE, b. Aug. 26, 1831 ; m. Nov. 
4, 1852, HETTY SULLIVAN APPLETON, b. May 29, 1831, d. March 
18, 1901, daughter of William Appleton and Mary Ann Cutler, daughter of 
James Cutler and Mehitable Sullivan. 
IX. 1. Marian Appleton, m. Nov. 16, 1876, Lucius Manlius Sargent, p. 25. 

X. Hetty Appleton Sargent, b. Oct. 28, 1877. 
IX. 2. Eleonora Randolph Coolidge, b. Sept. 21, 1856; m. June 18, 1879, 
Frederick Richard Sears, Jr., b. March i, 1855, son of Frederick 
Richard Sears and Marian Shaw. 
X. I. Frederick Richard Sears, 3d, b. March 30, 1880. 
2. Eleonora Randolph Sears, b. Sept. 28, 188 1. 
IX. 3. Sarah Lawrence Coolidge, b. Jan. 2, 1858; w. June 2, 1880, Thomas 
Newbold, b. May 19, 1849, son of Thomas Haines Newbold and 
Mary Elizabeth Rhinelander. Hyde Park, N. Y. 



MARTHA JEFFERSON 
m. THOMAS MANN RANDOLPH, b. 1768, d. 1823. 



1794. 

3- 



1796. 



1799- 

5- 



1801. 
6. 



1802. 
7- 



1803. 



1814. 



Ann Cary 



Charles 
Blankhead. 

Thomas J. 

■»i. 

Jane Hollins 

Nicholas. 
13 children. 



Margaret J. R. 



Eleonora Wayles 
d. young. 



Cornelia Jefferson 



Mary 
Jefferson. 

James Madison. 



Benjamin 

Franklin. 



£leonora "Wayles Virginia 
ni. 711. 

Joseph Nicholas 

Coolidge, Philip Trlst, 
of Boston, of 

p. 26. Louisiana. 



Merri wether 

Lewis 

jn. 

Elizabeth 

Anderson 

Martin. 



Septiiula 

ni. 

David Scott 

Meikleham. 



George 

Wythe 

m. 

Mrs. Mary 

Elizabeth 

(Adams) 

Pope. 

No children. 



Martha J 
Trist 
William M. Randolph. ;;;. 

John W. 
Burke. 



Thomas J. Hore William 
(deaf mute) Browse I 



in. 

(i) Ellen 

Dorothea 

S. Ijyman 

(deaf mute) 

(2) Sophia Knabe 

(deaf mute) 



VI. (i) Fannie 

Anna Cassidy 

Warring. (2) Isabella 
P. Cutbert. 



Thomas 
Mann. 



Esther 
Alice. 



Eleonora 
Jefferson. 



^E9ther 
Alice. 



Jane 
Margaret 

m. 

Edward 

Anderson, 

of Georgia. 



Nicholas 

Philip 

Trist 

Burke. 



Fanny 
Maury 
Burke. 



John Henry Virginia B 

W^olfolk B. Randolph 
d. young. Burke 

7)1. 

Rosella Gordon Trlst 



Frank S. 



Ellen WilUam 
Cool- Arabin.l 
idge B. Thomas 

V!. Mann 

Charles Brown m. 

Eddy. Agnes Dash 

Dash. 



Henry 

Parish 

m. 

Virginia 

Adelaide 

Grafton. 



Mary. Arther. Jane Nicholas Browse 
Revere Burke. Trlst Burke. 



Ellen 
Coolidge Burke. 



EDWARD HUTCHINSON ROBBINS 
m. ELIZABETH MURRAY. 



Elizabeth R. 



Sarah R. 

nt. 

Samuel Howe 



Anne Jean R. 



Edward H. K, 



Mary R. James R. Catherine R. 



Joseph Lyman, 

b. 1767 ; d. 1847; 
m. (i) Elizabeth Fowler, of Westfield, b. 1772, d. 1808 ; 
m. (2) Anne Jean Robbins, of Milton, b. 1789, d 1867. 



Joseph Warren Revere 



First marriage. 
2. 3. 4. 



Second Marriage. 
9. 10. 



Elizabeth L.. 

m. 
S. Henshaw. 



Francis 
Fowler L. 



Edmund Dwight Li. 



Samuel 
Fowler Ii. 



Almira 
Smith. 



Mary L., 



Thomas 
Jones. 



Joseph Ii. 



Susan B. 
Coolidge, 

I p. 29. 
Jane 



I. 


Elizabeth Lyman. 


.828. 


2. 


James Fowler Li. 


1830. 


■^■ 


Harriet Williard L. 


1834. 


4- 


Benjamin Smith Li. 


.835. 


s- 


Mary Li. 


■837. 



Stephen Anne 

Brewer. Jean Li 

Hannah E. B. 

Frances B. 



Edward H. li., 

b. 1819. 

m. 

(i) Elizabeth 

Low. 

(2) Catherine 

Treadway. 

Susan Li. 



Catherine L. 



Warren 
Delano. 



L Peter Leslie. 

1. Mary. 

2. Margaret. 



Joseph Ij. 



Anne Jean li. 

>n. 
Alfred White. 

1. Catherine. 

2. Anne. 



Frank L.. 



VIII. 



REVERE. 



Joseph R. Edward Hutchinson R. 
I m. 

Laura Jordan. 



Elizabeth Murray R. 

m. 

Robert P. Rogers. 



Mary Josephine R.| 

Jane R. 



John R. Maria Amelia R. Paul Joseph R. Dr. J. Reynolds. 

nt. ■m. 

Susan Torrey. Lucretia Lunt. 



IX. REYNOLDS. 



Edward 

m. 

Harriet Parker. 



John 

ni. 

Lucretia Revere Munroe. 



Mary 

m. 

Dr. W. N. Ballard. 



Margaret 

m. 

Rev. George Strong. 



Paul 

ni. 

Amelia Frances Dyer Stead 



Jane 



Theresa 



Nicholas Philip Julian L. 
Trist Burke, Coolidge, 
of Virginia. p. 27. 



Philip 

in. 

Mary Gardiner. 



Edward. Charles. 



George. 



November, 1902, July 17, 1902. 
Jane Revere Jane Revere 
Burke. Coolidge. 



VII. 



VIII. 



CHARLES COOLIDGE, b. 1806, d. 1877 ; 
m. (I) 1827 L. A. N. DILLINGHAM, b. 1806, d. 1866; 
m. (2) 1868 MRS. FRANCES (POPE) PALMER. 



CHARLES 
JOSEPH C. 

S.JANE MARTIN, 
p. 30. 



IX. 



IX. 



X. 



Caroline L. C. 



EDWARD C. 



CATHERINE B. C. 

m. 
S. COUCH, 
p. 30. 



Olive. 
A son. 
Isabel. 
Frank M. 
Charles H. 



S. POMEROY C. 

;«. 

J.MASON, 

p. 30. 



S. K. SWAIN, 
P-.3I- 



Mary C. 



MARY L. 



FRANK J. 
CORWIN. 



Charles C. C. 



Majory. 
Katherine. 
Royal Stoddard. 
Esther Hunt. 



Elizabeth B. C. 



W. E. 
CHANNING C. 



LUCY 
EMMA C. 

tn. 

JESSE J. 

CHASE, 

P- 31- 



Hattie E. i. Katy Maria. 

2. Mattie L. 

3. Hattie Ida. 



KATE CLARK 
P- 31 



ELLEN 
MARIA C. 



OSBORN 
DALLAS COUCH, 

1. Clara Coolidge. p. 31. 

2. Frank Alvin. 

3. Jacob Sawyer. 

4. Edward Coolidge. 

5. Mabel F. 



Sarah H.C 



ANNIE M. 

m. 
W. Lewis. 



Charles. 



W. Ellery. 



IX. 



Blanche M. 
(P-3I-) 

'- 3- 



1. A son. 

2. Evelyn. 

3. Ralph. 



Ellie Brown. Edward Coolidge 
tn. t>i. 

I E. L. Stokes. | Daisy Brownlee. 
IDA LOIS Osborn Dallas Jacob 

wi. m. Eugene, 

N. P. MOSS. Lena Goodnight. p. 32. 

1. Catharine. 

2. Gertrude, 

P3I- 



GENEALOGIES. 29 

X. I. Mary Edith Newbold, b. Feb. 19, 1883. 

2. Thomas Jefferson Newbold, b. March 26, 1886. 

3. Julia Newbold, b. Nov. i, 1891. 

IX. 4. Thomas Jefferson, b. March i6, 1863 ; m. Sept. 30, 1891, Clara 
Amory, daughter of Charles Walter Amory and Elizabeth Gard- 
ner, daughter of George Gardner and Helen Maria Read. 
X. I, Thomas Jefferson Coolidge, b. Sept. 17, 1893. 

2. Amory Coolidge, b. March 23, 1895. 

3. William Appleton, b. 



VII. 3. p. 23, Thomas Bulfinch Coolidge, b. 1802, d. March 3, 1850; ?«. Susan 
Elizabeth Goldsborough, daughter of Robert H. and Henrietta Golds- 
borough, of Myrtle Grove, Easton, Md. 



5. p. 23, Susan Bulfinch Coolidge, b. March 6, 1812, d. Dec. 23, 1898; m. 
April 27, 1841, Joseph Lyman, b. Aug. 17, 1812, d. Aug. 14, 187 1, son of 
Judge Joseph Lyman and Anne Jean Robbins, daughter of Governor Rob- 
bins, of Milton, Mass. 

Jamaica Plain, Mass., at Morland Place on the Pond. The house was taken by the Park Com- 
missioners. Mrs. Lyman removed to 411 Washington Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Mrs. Anne Jean (Robbins) Lyman, second wife of Judge Lyman, and mother of Joseph Lyman, 
was a woman of remarkable character. It was of her that her daughter, Mrs. S. I. Leslie, published 
" Recollections of my Mother," 1886. 

PRINCE. 

VII. 7. p. 23, Anna Storer Coolidge, ^. Aug. 3, 1819; d. July 13, 1881 ; m. (2d wife) 
Colonel William Edgar Prince, of New York, b. March 19, 18 16, d. Jan. 
21, 1892. New York. 



1. p. 23, Charles Coolidge, b. in Boston, Mass., May 30, 1806, d. in Chester, 
N. H., July 23, 1877; m. (i) June 14, 1827, Louisa Ann Noble Dilling- 
ham, b. at Holmes' Hole, Martha's Vineyard, Aug. 17, 1806, d. April 14, 
1866, daughter of Asa Dillingham and Drusilla Bonneau Noble. Chester, 
N. H. Married (2) Feb. 26, 1868, in Salem, Mass., Mrs. Frances D. 
(Pope) Palmer; who d. in Salem, 189-. 

Capt. Samuel Noble, of England, sailed for John Hancock, of Boston. Married Ann Halsey, of 
Boston. Lost his ship to the British in the War of Independence. His wife died in Boston, and on 
returning to this country to take his children back, he died of yellow fever in New York. 



ROBERT H. GOLDSBOROUGH, b. January, 1779, d. October, 1826; 
m. HENRIETTA MARIA NICHOLS, of Mt. Pleasant, Talbot County, Md. 



Rev. Robert W. 
Goldsborough 



Rebecca Hammond, 

of Talbot County, Md. 

One child, 

Sarah Elizabeth ; 

vz. 1877, 

Dr. Thomas W. Martin, 

of Talbot County. 

William Goldsborough, 

b. 1802, d. February, 1890; 

m. 

Mary Tilgham Goldsborough, 

d. 1849. 



Mary Caroline 
Goldsborough, 



b. 1808, d. 1890. 



Henrietta Maria, 
^. (.?)i836-i838. 



Susan E. 



Thomas Coolidge, 
p. zg. 



Eliza 
Goldsborough, 
b. 1816, 
d. August, I 
John McDowell 
Goldsborough, 
named f. Prof. M. D., 
of St. Johns' College, 
Annapolis; 
b. October, 1813, 
d. Dec. 31, 1895. 



George Robbins 
Goldsborough, 
b. April, 182 1 ; 
tn. June, 1862, 
Eleanor Agnes Rogers. 
One child, died 
at birth. 



WILLIAM GOLDSBOROUGH, 3. 1802, </. 1890; 
m. MARY TILGHAM GOLDSBOROUGH, d. 1849. 



Robert H. Goldsborough, 

b. January, 1841, 

killed at Appomattox, 

April 5, 1865, 
on the Confederate side. 



Susan Elizabeth 

Goldsborough, 

b. 1842 ; 

7n. 

Daniel M. Henry, of 

Dorchester County, Md. 

A number of children. 



William Goldsborough, Charles Mary Tilgham 

b. November, 1843, Goldsborough, Goldsborough, 

in Cambridge, b. April 6, 1845 i ^- '849, 

Dorchester County, Md., in Baltimore ; rf. 1857. 

d. November, 1898. ?«. 

Rosa Franklin Buchanan, 
daughter of Admiral Confederate 
Navy, who commanded the Merrimack 
against the Monitor. 



GENEALOGIES. 30 

1. Jacob Bonneau, at 17 went to the West Indies, and died of yellow fever. 

2. Drusilla Bonneau, b. Jan. 23, 1774, m. 1801, Asa Dillingham at Boston; d. in 1864, over 90 
years of age, at Scituate, Mass., in the house of her daughter, Mrs. Marcena W. Damon ; d. January, 
1892. Five of her children were bom in Martha's Vineyard. 

VIII. /. Charles Joseph Coolidge, b.June i"/, 1828 ; m. Susan fane Martin, p. jo. 

2. Catherine Boyer Coolidge^ b. April 20, 1830 ; m. Jacob Sawyer Conchy p. 30. 

3. Caroline Louisa Coolidge, b. May i^, 1833 ; d. Oct, i^, 1882. 

4. Samuel Pomeroy Coolidge, b. Feb. 6, 1835 > "^- Martha Jane Mason, p. 30. 
J". Edward Coolidge, b. Dec. 2^, 1836 ; m. Susan Knowlton Swain, p. 31. 

6. Elizabeth Boyer Coolidge, b. in Lynn, Mass., May 14, i83g. Lockport, N. Y., 

igoo. 

7. Mary Coolidge, b. Sept. 21, 1841. Derry, N. H. 

8. William Ellery Channing Coolidge, b. Nov. 2, 1843 ; m. Kate Clark, p. 31. 
g. Lucy Emma Coolidge, b. April ig, 1846 ; m, Jesse Jones Chase, p. 31. 

10. Ellen Maria Coolidge, b. July 5, 1848 ; m. Osborn Dallas Couch, p. 31. 

1. CHARLES JOSEPH COOLIDGE, b. in Concord, Mass., June 17, 1828; 

m. Oct. II, 1854, Susan Jane MARTIN, daughter of Jer. and Olive 

(Louis) Martin, b. April, 1833. Maiden, Mass. 
IX. 1. Olive Louisa Coolidge) b. May 30, 1855. 

2. A son, b. August, 1856, d. immediately. 

3. Isabel Pomeroy Coolidge, b. Feb. 18, 1858, d. April i, 1889. 

4. Frank Martin Coolidge, b. Jan. 4, 1864, d. Dec. i, 1894. 

5. Charles Harry Coolidge, b. Feb. 21, 1866. 

VIII. 2. CATHERINE BOYER COOLIDGE, b. in Concord, Mass., April 20, 
1830, d. April 9, 1894; 7n. Jan. 18, i860, Jacob Sawyer COUCH, b. in 
Chester, N. H., July 28, 1828, d. Sept. 18, 1892. Derry, N. H. Son of 
Jacob and Mary (Brown) Couch. 
IX. 1. Mary Louisa Couch, b. Nov. 10, i860; m. Nov. 27, 1889, Frank J. 
Corwin, b. in Tunbridge, N. H., Oct. 29, 1858. Haverhill, Mass. 
X. I. Marjory Corwin, b. Oct. 15, 1890. 

2. Katherine Coolidge, b. Nov. 29, 1892. 

3. Royal Stoddard, b. Nov. 21, 1894. 

4. Esther Hunt, b. Jan. 22, 1898. 

IX. 2. Charles Coolidge Couch, b. Aug. 6, 1863, d. Aug. 9, 1863. 
3. Sarah Howe Couch, b. Aug. 4, 1864. Derry, N. H. 
VIIL 4. SAMUEL POMEROY COOLIDGE, <^. in Concord, Mass., Feb. 6, 1835; 
m. Dec. 6, 1865, Martha Jane MASON, d. February, 1886, Methuen, Mass. 



VI. 



JUDGE JOHN liOWELIi, b. 1743, at Newburyport, Mass., d. 1802; 



(1) 1767 SARAH HIGGINSON, of Salem, b. 1745, d. 1772; 

(2) 1774 SUSANNA CABOT, of Salem, b. 1754, d. 1777 ; 

(3) 1778 MRS. REBECCA (RUSSELL) TYNG, of Dunstable, b. 1747, d. 1816. 



VII. 



First marriage. 

1769. 1771. 
2. 3- 



Second marriage. 

1775' 1776- 

4- 5- 



1779. 
6. 



Third Marriage. 

1782. 1783. 

7. 8. 



1786. 



Anna 
Cabot. 



John 



Rebecca 
Amory. 



Sarah 
Champney. 



VIII. 



Francis Cabot. 



Hannah 
Jackson. 



VIII. I. 



Susannah 

Cabot 

ni. 

Benjamin 

Gorham. 



Rebecca Rev. Elizabeth 

Russell Charles Cutts 

m. 1797 tn. tn. 1806 

Samuel Harriet Warren 

Pickering, B. Sijence. Dutton. 

Gardner. 



Mary. 







1 




John 




1 
Francis 


Wil 


ni. 1825 




Cabot 




Georgina 




ni. 




Amory. 




Mary 

Lowell 

Gardner. 






Susa 


nnah Edward 




Lo\ 


veil Jackson 




m. 


822 


J. 


A. I 


^owell. 


VIII. cotCt. 


I. 


2. 





William C. I Benjamin L. | 

Anna C. Anna B, 



I I 

Elizabeth Mary L. G. 

Pickering G. tn. 1826 

m. Francis 

John Chipman Cabot 

Gray. Lowell. 



John L. G. Sarah 
m. 1826 Russell G. 
Catherine nt. 1837 
Elizabeth Horace 

Peabody. Gray. 



1807. 
VIII. cotCt. I. 



iSio. 
3- 



1S13. 
4- 



George G. 

m. 1838 
Helen 
Maria 

Bead. 



1816. 
5- 





■". 


John Francis 
Lowell Lowell 
Dutton. Dutton, 
James Dutton 
Russell 


nt. 

Ellen Hooper 
Russell. 



I8I9. 
6. 



Charles Rebecca Mary Traill William Robert Traill 

Russell Ii. Russell. Spence Li. Keith Spence U. 

tn. 1832 m. 1832 Spence. ni. 1845 

Anna C. Jackson. Samuel Raymond Marianne Duane. 

Putnam. 



James Russell t. 

;«. 

(i) 1844 

Maria White ; 

(2) 1857 , 

Frances Dunlap. 



18 10. 



Rebecca Amory Li. John Amory Li. Anna C. L. 

m. 

(i) Susanna Cabot Lowell ; 
(2) Elizabeth Cabot Putnam. 



Anna C. U. 



Sarah Champney 
Higginson Li. 



FIRST MARRIAGE OF JUDGE JOHN LOWELL. 



VII. 2. 



JOHN LOWELL, (^. 1769; 
m. 1793 REBECCA AMORY, b. 1771. 



VIII. 2. 



IX. 



John Amory Lowell 
fit. 
(i) His cousin Susan C. Lowell. 
(2) Elizabeth C. Putnam, of Salem. 



First marriage, Susan C. Lowell. 
1823. 1824. 

1. 3. 



Second marriage, Elizabeth C. Putnam. 

1830. 183 1. 1837. 1843. 

3. 4. 5. 6. 



Susan C. t. John t. Augustus I>. Elizabeth Ellen Sarah 

m. 1846 m. 1853 m. 1854 Rebecca L. Bancroft I>. Putnam L. 

William Sohier. L. B. Emerson. Katherine Bigelow m. 1868 ;«. 1858 7n. 1876 

Lawrence. Francis Peleg Arthur Theodore George Baty 

Sprague. Lyman. Blake. 



FIRST MARRIAGE OF J. A. LOWELL. 



IX. Susan C. Lowell m. William Sohier. 

X. I. Elizabeth P. S. 1847. 

2. Susan Lowell S. 1848. 

3. Alice S., 1850 ; m. Eliot Channing Clarke. 

XI. I. Susan L. C. 1879. 

2. James Freeman C. 1881. 

3. Anna Huide Koper C 1883. 

4. Elizabeth Lowell C. 

5. James Freeman C. 1889. 

4. Anna Lowell S. 1856. 

5. William Davies S., 1858 ; m. 1880 Edith Frances 

Alden. 

XI. I. Eleanors. 1884. 

2. Alice S. 1886. 

3. William Davies S. 1889. 

6. Francis Lowell S. 1863. 



IX. John Lowell m. Lucy B. Emerson. 

Mary Emlen Hale, of 



X. I. Olivia B. 1.. 1854. 
2. John Ii., 1856 ; wz. 18 
Philadelphia. 



XI. I. Mary E. L,. 1884. 

2. John L. 1887. 

3. William Emlen L., 18 

4. Ralph Tj. 1890. 

5. James Hale L. 1892. 

6. Olivia L,. 1898. 



d. young. 



3. Mary Lothrop Li. 1858. 

4. Lucy B. Ij. i860. 

5. George Emerson I,. 1862. 

6. Susan Cabot Ii., 1864 ; m. 1889 William H. As- 

pinwall. 

XI. I. George L. A. 1891. 

2. Lucy A. 1894. 

3. Augustus A. 1897. 

7. James Arnold Li., i860 ; ?k. 1897 Mary Wharton 

Churchman, of Philadelphia. 

XI. James Arnold Ii. 1899. 



SECOND MARRIAGE OF J. A. LOWELL. 
5. 



IX. Augustus Lowell m. Katherine B. 
Lawrence. 

X. I. Percival Li. 1855. 

2. Abbot Lavvrence Li., 1856 ; ;«. 

i879Anna Parker Lowell. 

3. Katherine Ii., 1858 ; ;«. (i) 

1882 Alfred Koosevelt, b. 
1856, d. 1891. 

XI. I. Elfrida R. 1883. 

2. James AlfredR. 1885. 

3. Katharine Lowell R. 

1887. 
*>t. (2) November, 1902, Thomas 
James Bowlker, of Eng- 
land, member of Haileyburg 
College. 1856. 

4. Elizabeth L,,, 1862 (twin of 

Roger Lowell) ; in. 18S8 
William Lowell Putnam. 
186 1. 

XI. I. George P. 1889. 

2. Katharine Lawrence P. 

1890. 

3. Roger Lowell P. 1893. 

4. Harriet P. 1897. 

5. Augustus P. 

5. Roger Lowell, 1862 ; d. young. 

6. May Lowell. 1870. 

7. Amy Lowell. 1874. 



IX. Ellen Bancroft L,. m. Arthur Th. 
Liyman. 

X. I. Julia Ly. 1859. 

2. Arthur liy., 186 1 ; m. 1888 

Susan Cabot. 1864. 

XI. I. Ella I.y. 1889. 

2. Susan C. L.y. 1891. 

3. Arthur Theodore 

L,y. 1894. 

4. Margaret C. Liy. 

1895. 

3. Herbert Ly. 1864. 

4. Ella Ly., 1866 ; m. 1894 

Dr. Richard C. Cabot. 

5. Susan. 1869. 

6. Mabel. 1872. 

7. Roger. 1876. 

8. Ronald Theodore. 1879. 



6. 



IX. Sarah Putnam Lowell, 2d wife of 
George Baty Blake ; m. 1876. 

ist ;«. I. George B.jwz. Haven. 

2. Frank B. 
2d }n. John Amory Lowell Blake, 
b. 1879. 



VII. 4. 



VIII. 



SECOND MARRIAGE OF JUDGE JOHN LOWELL. 

FRANCIS C. LOWELL,, b. 1775, in Newburyport, Mass.; 

m. 1798 

HANNAH JACKSON, of Newburyport. 



180 1 



1803. 

3- 



180S. 



IX. 



IX. 



John L.. 

}n. 1825 

Georgina Amory. 



I . 
Georgina. 



1827. 



Francis C. 1j. 



ISSS- 



Susan Cabot L,. 

ftt. 1822 

John Amory Lowell 

(first cousins). 



Anna Cabot. 



1830. 



1833- 
3- 



Francis Cabot I.. 

tn. 1826 

Mary L. Gardner 

(first cousins). 



1836. 



George Gardner X,. 

tn. 1854 
Mary Ellen Parker. 



1856. 



Mary Lowell Li. 

m. 1856 

Algernon Coolidge, 

p. 27. 



Georgina L. 



Edward Jackson 1,, 



1845- 



Edward Jackson L. 

m. 1868 
(i) Mary Wolcott 

Goodrich. 

ni. 1877 

(2) Elizabeth Gilbert 

Jones. 



Francis Cabot L. 

m. 1882 

Cornelia P. Baylies. 



Anna Parker Li. 

w. 1879 

A. L. Lowell. 



1. Alice Li., b. 1869 ; m. 1897 James Hardy Ropes. 

2. Guy I<., b. 1870 ; m. 1898 Henrietta Sargent, of Brookline. 

3. Frederick Eldridge Li., b. 1874 ; m. Isabel Shaw (daughter 

of George G. Shaw, son of Parkman Shaw). 



THIRD MARRIAGE OF JUDGE JOHN LOWELL. 



VII. 6. 



VIII. 3. 



Eliza P. 
fn. 1820 
John Chipman Gray. 



REBECCA RUSSELL L,. 

m. 1797 

SAMUEL PICKERING GARDNER. 



1802. 



1807. 
4. 



I 

Mary L. Gardner 

m. 1826 

(her cousin) 

F. C. Lowell. 



I 

John L. Gardner 
;«. 1S26 
Catherine Elizabeth 
Pea body. 



Sarah Russell 

;«. 1837 
Horace Gray. 



George Gardner 

m. 1838 

Helen Maria Read. 



IX. I. Catherine Rebecca G. 1827. 

2. Joseph P. G., 1828; ;«. i860 

Harriet Sears Amory. 1835. 

X. I. Joseph P. G. 1861. 

2. William Amory G. 1863. 

3. Augustus P. G., 1865 ; »i. 

1892 Constance Lodge. 

3. George Augustus G., 1829 ; >n. 

1854 Eliza Endicott Peabody. 
1834. 

X. I. George Peabody G., 1855 ; 
tn. 1884 Esther Burnett. 
1859. 

XI. I. Catherine E. G. 

1885. 
2. George P. G. 1888. 

2. Catherine E. G. 1857. 

3. Ellen G., i860 ; m. 1884 

Augustus Peabody 
liOring. 1856. 

XI. I. Augustus P. Loring. 
1885. 

2. Caleb Loring. 1888. 

3. Ellen G. Loring. 



4. Samuel Pickering G. 1864. 

5. John L. G. 1867. 

6. William Endicott G. 1868. 

7. Olga E. G., 1869; in. 1S97 

Dr. George H. Monks. 

4. Elizabeth P. G. 1834. 

5. Samuel P. G. 1836. 

6. John L. G., 1837 ; m. i860 Isabella 

Stewart. 1839. 
X. I. John L. G. 1863. 

7. Albert G. 1840. 

8. Julia G., 1841 ; m. i860 J. Ran- 

dolph Coolidge, p. 26. 

9. Daughter. 

10. Eliza Blanchard 6., 1846 ; m. 1868 
Francis Skinner. 1840. 

X. I. Francis Skinner. 1869. 
2. Gardner Skinner. 1876. 



IX. I. John Chipman G., 1839 ! "'• 
1873 Anne Lyman Mason. 

X. I. Roland G. 1874. 

2. Eleonora Lyman G. 1876. 

2. Russell Gray, 1850 ; m. 1886 
Amy Heard, i860. 

X. I. Horace G. 1887. 

2. Augustine Heard G. 1888. 



6. 

IX. I. Helen Read Gardner, 1839 ; 
jn. 1867 James Freeman 
Curtis. 1839. 

X. I. Francis Gardner Curtis. 
1868. 

2. Laura Greenough C, 

187 1 ; d. young. 

3. Alfred C. 1876. 

4. Mary C. 1878. 

2. Francis Lowell G. 1841. 

3. Elizabeth G., 1843 ; in. 1867 

Charles Walter Amory. 1842. 

X. 1. William Amory. 1869. 

2. Clara Gardner A., 1872 ; 

in. T. J. C. 

3. George G. Amory. 1874. 

4. Dorothy A., 1878 ; m. 

1903 Frederick Win- 
throp. 

4. Clara Gardner, in. 1872 Shep- 

herd Brooks. 1837. 

X. I. Helen Brooks, 1875 ; m. 
Robert Wales Emmons. 

2. GorhamB. 188 1. 

3. Rachel B. 1883. 



THIRD MARRIAGE OF JUDGE JOHN LOWELL. 



VII. 7. 



VIII. 



REV. CHARLES LOWELL, /^. 1782 ; 

m. 1806 

HARRIET BRACKETT SPENCE. 



1807. 
1. 



1809. 



I»IO. 

3. 



Charles Russell li. 

in. 1832 
Anna C. Jackson. 



Rebecca 
Russell 
Lowell. 



Mary Traill Spence Ti, 
ni. 
Raymond Putnam. 



1813. 

4- 


i8i6. 
5. 


18 19. 
6. 


1 

William 

Keith 

Spence Li. 


1 1 
Rev. Robert Traill James 
Spence Li. Russell 
m. Lowell 
Marianna Duane. m. 

(i) Maria White. 
(2) Frances Dunlap 



1. 

IX. I. Anna Cabot Jackson L., 1833 ; m. 1868 Henry 
Elisha Woodbury. 

2. Charles Russell L., 1835 ; m. 1863 Josephine Shaw, 

dau. of Frank Shaw and Sarah Sturgis. One 
daughter, Carlotta Lowell. Mortally wounded at 
Cedar Creek, Va. 

3. Harriet Lowell, 1836; tn. i860 George Putnam. 

X. I. William L. Putnam, 1861 ; m. 1888 Elizabeth 
Lowell. 1862. 

XI. I. George Putnam. i88g. 

2. Katherine Lawrence Putnam. 1890. 

3. Roger Lowell P. 1893. 

4. Harriet P. 1897. 

2. Charles R. Lowell P. 1869. 

3. James Lowell P., 1872 ; nt. Eleanor Robin- 

son, of New York. 

4. Eliza P. 1873. 

5. Josephine P., 1877 ; ;«. Rev. Edward Sturgis. 



James Jackson li. 
Glendale, 1862. 



1837. Mortally wounded at 



IX. I. Alfred L. Putnam. 1833. 

2. Georgina L. P. 1835. 

3. William Lowell P. 1840. 

Ball's Bluff, 1861. 

4. Charles Lowell P. 1845. 



Mortally wounded at 



IX. 1. Harriet B. S. Lowell. 1847. 

2. Marianna Duane £■. 1849. 

3. Percival Lowell. 1850. 

4. James Duane Li. 1853. 

5. Charles Lowell, 1855 ; ;«. 1885 Beatrice Kate Hard- 

castle. 

6. Rebecca Russell L/., 1857, Schenectady, N. Y. ; m. 

igoi, 2d wife. Prof. Hofman ; by ist wife, 

I. Mary, 1888 ; 2. Alfred, 189-. 

7. Robert Traill Spence L., i860 ; nt. 1887 Kate Bailey 

Myers. 

X. Robert, d. young. 



6. 

IX. I. Blanche Li. 1845. </. young. 

2. Mabel Li., 1847 ; m. 1872 Edward Burnett. 1848. 

X. I. James Russell Ii. B. 1873. Name changed 
to James R. Burnett Lowell ; »i. Harriet 
Worden, dau. of Rear Admiral John L. 
Worden, U. S. N. 

2. Joseph Burnett. 1874. 

3. Francis L. Burnett. 1878. 

4. Esther L. Burnett. 1879. 

5. Lois Burnett. 188 1. 

3. Rose R. Ii., b. 1849, d. 1850. 

4. Walter R. L., b. 1850, d. 1832. 



* THIRD MARRIAGE OF JUDGE JOHN LOWELL. 

VII. 8. ELIZABETH CUTTS LOWELL 

m. 1806 
WARREN DUTTON. 



VIII. 1807. 



1810. 1812. 

8. 3- 



John Lowell Button. James Russell Dutton Francis Lowell Dutton, 

name changed to d. 1834. 

James Dutton Russell 

ni. 1855 

Sarah Ellen Hooper. i8i6. 

Dau. of William Hooper, of Marblehead. 



IX. I. James Dutton Russell. 1836. 

2. Ellen Hooper Russell, 1838 ; tn. 1865 George Middleton Barnard. 

X. I. Sarah Livingston B. 1866. 

2. Maud Russell B., 1868 ; vi. 1890 Henry Durant Cheever, N. Y. 18 

3. Warren Dutton Russell. 1840. Killed at Bull Run, 1862. 

4. Elizabeth Lowell R., 1842 ; m. 1865 Henry Roger Dalton. 

X. I. Henry Roger Dalton. 1866. 
2. Elizabeth Lowell Dalton. 1868. 

5. Francis Lowell Dutton R., 1844 ; d. from exposure in the army, 1864. 



GENEALOGIES. 31 

IX. 1. Hattie Elizabeth Coolidge, b. February, 1873, ^- February, 1880. 
VIII. 5. p. 30, EDWARD COOLIDGE, b. in Lynn, Mass., Dec. 25, 1836 ; in, Sept. 
I, i860, Susan Knowlton SWAIN. Cliester, N. H. 
IX. 1. Katy Maria Coolidge, b. Oct. 7, 1865. 

2. Mattie Louisa Coolidge, and 

3. Hattie Ida Coolidge, twins, b. June 9, 1869. 

VIII. 8. WILLIAM ELLERY CHANNING COOLIDGE, b. in Lynn, Mass., 
Nov. 2, 1843 ; ^^' September, 1868, Kate CLARK, b. 1847, d. 1881. 
Haverhill, Mass. 
IX. 1. Annie M. Coolidge, b. Dec. 17, 1869 ; m. July i, 1885, William Lewis, 
b. St. John, N. B., 1859. Providence, R. I. 
X. I . A son, d. in infancy. 

2. Evelyn Lewis, b. Aug. 21, 1887. 

3. Ralph Lewis, b. Aug. 27, 1889. 

IX. 2. William Ellery Coolidge, b. Sept. 15, 187 1. 

3, Charles Coolidge, d. in infancy, b. Aug. 21, 1873, d. 1874. 

4. Blanche Maria Coolidge, b. April 26, 1876. Lockport, N. Y. 

CHASE. 

VIII. 9. LUCY EMMA COOLIDGE, b. April 19, 1846; m. Jan. i, 1873, JESSE 
JONES CHASE. W. Derry, N. H. 
IX. 1. Clara Coolidge Chase, b. Oct. 22, 1873; W.October, 1897, James 
Owens. W. Derry, N. H. 

2. Frank Alvin Chase, b. April 3, 1876. 

3. Jacob Sawyer Chase, b. March 10, 1879. 

4. George Arthur Chase, b. Feb. 17, 1882. 

5. Mabel F. Chase, b. April 24, 1886. 

COUCH. 

VIII. 10. ELLEN MARIA COOLIDGE, b. in Chester, N. H., July 5, 1848 ; m. 
June 14, 1869, Osborn Dallas COUCH. Lancaster, Texas. 
IX. 1. Ida Lois Couch, b. July 23, 1870 ; m. Nov. 19, 1889, Nathaniel Pleas- 
ant Moss ; b. Nov. 3, 186 1. Oak City, Texas. 
X. I. Catharine Lucille Moss, b. Aug. 28, 189 1. 
2. Gertrude Christiana Moss, b. Sept. 24, 1893. 
IX. 2, Ellie Brown Couch, b. Oct. 30, 187 1 ; m. July 26, 1893, Edward Elihu 
Stokes, of Lancaster, Texas, b. Nov. 21, 187 1. 
X. I. Louisa Coolidge, b. May 5, 1894. 

2. Edwin Wayne, b. 1896. 

3. Florence Jones, b. Nov. 24, 1899. 



GENEALOGIES. 32 

COUCH. 

IX. 3. Osborn Dallas Couch, b. Jan. 20, 1873 ; m. Oct. 18, 1899, Lena 
Goodnight. Lancaster, Texas. 

4. Edward Coolidge Couch, b. July 12, 1878; m. Jan. 24, 1900, 

Daisy Brownlee. Lancaster, Texas. 

5. Jacob Eugene, b. Sept. 3, 1892. 

POMEROY. 

VII. 2. p. 23, Catherine Boyer Coolidge, m. Samuel Wyllys Pomeroy, son of Samuel 
Pomeroy, of Cincinnati, formerly of Brighton, Mass., and Clarissa Alsop. 
New York. 
VIII. /. Charles Coolidge Pomeroy, b. March, 1833. 

2. Samuel Wyllys Pomeroy, b. Oct. 18, 1836. 

3. George Baxter Pomeroy, b. Dec. ig, 1838. 

4. Catherine Coolidge Pomeroy, b. Oct. 14, 18 40, d. Jan. 16, 1842, 
^. Hetiry Joh7ts Pomeroy, b. May 13, 1843, d. April 12, 1868. 

6. Clarissa Alsop Pomeroy, b. Dec. 11, 1846. 

7. Elizabeth Boyer Potneroy, b. July 18, 18^0, d. June 23, 18^1. 

VIII. 1. CHARLES COOLIDGE POMEROY, b. March 7, 1833; m. Edith 
BURNET. New York. 
IX. 1. Margaret Burnet Pomeroy. 
2. Mary Burnet Stone Pomeroy. 
VIII. 2. SAMUEL WYLLYS POMEROY, b. Oct. 18, 1836; m. Mary KING. 
New York. 
IX. 1. Mabel Helen Wyllys Pomeroy. 
2. Samuel Wyllys Pomeroy. 
VII. 3. p. 23, John Templeman Coolidge, b. Jan. 26, 1 8 1 1, rt'. Dec. 28, 1889 ; m. Louisa 
Tilden, b. Nov. 11, 181 1, daughter of William Tilden and Hannah Inman. 
VIII. 1. p. 25, Mary Louisa Coolidge, b. Sept. 21, 1832 ; m. Nov. 4, 185 1, 
Joseph Swett Coolidge. 
2. John Templeman Coolidge, b. June 18, 1834; m. March, i860, Anna 
Tucker Parker, b. Dec. 10, 1835, daughter of James Parker and 
Anna Tucker, d. Oct. 18, 1899, at Cotuit, Mass. 

HOWE. 

VII. 4. p. 23, Sarah Templeman Coolidge, b. June 7, 1814, d. Sept. 8, 1874; m. 
Sept. 21, 1835, Uriah Tracy Howe, of Cincinnati, b. June 25, 181 1, d. 
April 9, 1888, son of Judge Samuel Howe, of Northampton, Mass., and 
Sarah Robbins. Mrs. Lesley's recollections of my mother, p. 29. 
VIII. 1. TRACY HOWE, b. Feb. 7, 1837, d. May i, 1895. 



GENEAL O GIES. 33 

HOWE. 

VIII. 2. WILLIAM GREENE HOWE, b. Oct. 13, 1838, d. March 19, 1886; 
m. Oct. II, 1863, Annie L. HALE, of Haverhill, Mass., d. Dec. 19, 
1877. 
IX. 1. Lucy Lapham Howe, b. Oct. 27, 1865. 

2. Susan Willard Howe, b. Feb. 23, 1867, d. June 28, i868. 

3. Mabel Granger Howe, b. Feb. 17, 1869; m. January, 1900, Dr. 

Philip Kerrison, New York, b. 1861. 

4. Jean Jeannette Frances Howe, b. Oct. 29, 1870, d. Feb. 6, 1875. 
VIII. 3. ELIZABETH COOLIDGE HOWE, b. March 28, 1841 ; jn. May 14, 

1872, Dr. Norton FOLSOM, <^. April 15, 1842, of Cambridge, Mass. 
IX. 1. Sarah McKean Folsom, b. March 29, 1873 ; ?n., 2d wife, April 26, 
1900, Dr. Claes Ennebuske. 
2. Clara Pomeroy Folsom, b. May 12, 1875, d. March, 1902. 
VIII. 4. EDWARD ROBBINS HOWE, ^. June 21, 1843. 

5. KATHERINE COOLIDGE HOWE, m. Sept. 13, 1883, Henry 
Nathan WHEELER, of Cambridge, Mass. Cambridge, Mass. 



HAIQHT. 

VII. 5. p. 

VIII. 



23, Hetty Coolidge, m. Rev. Benjamin Isaacs Haight, of the Theological 
Seminary, New York, July, 1838. New York, d. Feb. 21, 1879. 

1. Charles Coolidge Haight, m. Euphemia Kneeland. New York. 

IX. 1. Euphemia McVicar Haight, b. 1864, d. 1893. 

2. Sarah Bard Haight, b. Feb. 8, 1869, in Orange, N. J. 

3. Charles Sidney Haight, i^". May 11, 1870, in New York City. 1900. 

4. John McVicar Haight, b. Oct. 11, 1883, in New York City. 1900. 




6^ 



GENEAL O GIES. 34 



THAT FRENCH BIBLE. 

Mr. Editor, — I am indebted to your highly intelligent correspondent, " G. L.," 
in the "Transcript" of January 23, 1857 . I have examined the Bible, — a ponderous volume 
it is, — and I have no doubt that it is the identical Bible so often and so devoutly 
opened in that little church of the Huguenots in South Latin School Street by those 
amiable and excellent men, Pierre Daille and Andre Le Mercier. 

The Rev. Dr. Holmes, in the appendix to his memoir of the French Protestants, 
referring to this Bible, remarks that it is " the only remaining relick of the Protestant 
French Church." Let us hope that the Doctor was mistaken. I know not why the 
sermons of Le Mercier — his autograph — are not a relic of that church as truly as 
the Bible from which he selected his texts ; and, already, an obliging clerical friend has 
favored me with one of Andre Le Mercier's manuscript sermons, " sur la 2 fipitre de 
Saint Pierre, chapitre i, versets i et 2 et 3," bearing the following memorandum : " A 
Boston, le troisieme Jour de May, 1719." 

Judge Richard Cranch, the brother-in-law of the first President Adams, was a partic- 
ular friend of Le Mercier, and, after his death, is said to have become the custodian of 
his papers, and, among the mass, of his sermons also. A friendship between such men 
may be readily believed to have existed : both were eminently moral and religious men, 
and a large portion of Judge Cranch's life was devoted to theology. After his death, 
in 181 1, at the age of eighty-five, the sermons of Le Mercier fell among the descendants 
of the Judge, by one of whom some of those sermons were presented to the reverend 
gentleman who has kindly sent one of them to me. 

The portrait of Le Mercier is still extant. A highly respected friend writes me thus : 
" It is now in the rooms of the Essex Institute, — an institution formed several years 
since by a Union of the Essex Historical and the Essex Natural History societies, — 
where it is in very safe keeping, and duly appreciated. It is in a state of good preserva- 
tion, has an old black wooden frame, gilt round its inner edge, or once was. Thepainting 
h as quite a fresh appearance. The picture has no signature or date, nor is there any- 
thing about it to indicate who was the artist. It appears to be drawn in canonicals, 
with white bands, powdered wig (a small wig), and a colored robe, thrown loosely over 
a black dress, without any show of hands or arms. On the top corner, back of the por- 
trait, are the words, ' In Christo ' ; on the opposite corner, 'Vita est ' ; and on the lower 
corner, under this, ' Moriar Mercerus.' The original seems to have been a bright, good- 
looking man, about forty years old." 

Another friend informs me that his grandfather, the Hon. Thomas Gushing, Speaker 
of the Massachusetts House of Representatives before the Revolution, who died in 
1788, was very much attached to Le Mercier, and owned this portrait, which my infor- 
mant well remembers. It fell into the possession of his uncle, Gol. Thomas Gushing, 
of Salem, who married an Orne, and through him, undoubtedly, passed to the Society. 

And now, my dear Mr. Editor, while we are talking of Bibles, it may not be unin- 
teresting to our obliging friend " G. L.," who, I am aware, has a particular interest in 
this topic, nor to some others of your readers, to hear what may be said of another 
Bible. I refer to that which among the descendants of the Huguenots in New England 
is known by the name of the " Olivier Bible," having been the property of old Anthoine 
Olivier, — for he spelled his autograph name, as appears upon the fly-leaf of his Bible, 
now upon my table, with an " h." Many of his descendants will not be displeased with 
me for multiplying copies of old Anthoine's original record, in his own handwriting, of 
the births and deaths of his children. His quiver seems to have been full of them. 
Fifteen are recorded, on the two first and last fly-leaves of the first volume, as born 
between 171 2 and 1731, inclusive. 

The Bible of which I speak is a thick-set chubby quarto, in two volumes. I have 
seen the first volume only. The title-page of the first part of the first volume runs 
thus : " Histoire De La Sainte ficriture Du Viel et Du Nouveau Testament, en forme 
de Ghatechisme. Traduite de I'Anglois. Se Vend 4 Gharenton, Par Antoine Cellier, 
demeruant a Paris, rue de la Harpe, a I'imprimerie de Roziers. M. DC, LXXV." The 
first volume extends to the end of " II Ghroniques." 



GENEALOGIES. 35 

The first forty double pages contain " Histoire de la Sainte ficriture." The next ten 
pages contahi " Abrege De La Chronologie Sainte," Then commences "La Sainte 
Bible," etc. 

This book bears the marks of diligent and reverential use; for though the leaves have 
evidently been frequently turned over by the fingers of those old Huguenots, not 
even a pencil-mark has profaned its sacred pages. It was presented to the Boston 
Athenaeum, July 16, 1810, by Mr. Elisha Sigourney, a descendant from the Huguenots. 

Where is the second volume? It appears not to have been presented by Mr, 
Sigourney to the Athenseum. 

By common consent the Oliviers, for very many years, have become Olivers, to the 
great annoyance of all genealogists. The English and French stocks are entirely dis- 
tinct. The English Olivers were among the early settlers. Prince, in his Annals, II, 70, 
names Elder Thomas Oliver, whose son was admitted freeman in Boston in 1640. 
John graduated at Harvard in 1645. Elder Thomas Oliver himself came here in 1631. 
Daniel Oliver, a member of the Council of Massachusetts, died in 1732. Lieut, George 
Andrew Oliver, the grandson of Elder Thomas, is better known as the distributor of 
stamps during Hutchinson's administration. Chief Justice Peter Oliver died in 1791. 
Judge Oliver, who wrote about comets and water-spouts, died in Salem in 1799. All 
these and many more were of the English stock. But I must say no more of these 
Olivers, or the reader may wish me in Oliver's dock, and give me a Rowland, perhaps, 
for all these Olivers. 

Now the Oliviers who have suffered the printers to knock their " i's " out are a race 
totally distinct. There is as wide a difference as Mr. Burke said there was, when cor- 
recting a member who confounded Matthew Montague with Montague Matthew, between 
a horse-chestnut and a chestnut horse. 

The Oliviers came not here until the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, in 1685, 
compelled them to fly. 

Should this French Bible be lost, a record which must be of great value to the 
descendants of old Anthoine Olivier must be lost forever. Lend me your types, Mr. 
Editor, for its preservation. I give only the names, precisely as they are spelled by the 
o\di paterfamilias, with the dates: — 



I7I2. 


Sept. 


3- 


1713- 


July 


12. 


I7I5. 


Feb. 


4. 


I7I6. 


Aug. 


— . 


I7I6. 


Feb. 


16. 


I7I7. 


Ap. 


16. 


I7I7. 


Oct. 


— . 


I7I9. 


Mar. 


20. 


1720. 


Aug. 


20. 



Jean born. 


1721. 


Sept. 


— . 


Anne Annapolis Royal born. 


Seuzeon (Susan) born. 


1721. 


Dec. 


— . 


Anne dies. 


Antho. Olivier born. 


1722. 


Aug. 


29. 


Jeanne born. 


Antlio. Olivier dies. 


1723- 


Dec. 


13- 


Marianne born. 


Marrie (Mary) born. 


1724. 


Sept. 


20. 


Andr^ born. 


Jeanne (Jane) born. 


1725. 


Sept. 


18. 


Gillaoume (Gillaume) born. 


Jeanne dies. 


1726. 


Nov. 


8. 


Marguerita born. 


Daniel born. 


1727. 


Dec. 


21. 


Anne born. 


Jeanne Annapolis Royal born. 


1731- 


June 


IS- 


Elizabet (Elizabeth) born. 



Eight of these children ^- the first in order — were born in Boston, the remaining 
seven in Annapolis Royal, in Nova Scotia, which was the Port Royal of the French, 
and settled as early as 1608. The old gentleman seems to have had a great partiality 
for that seaport, since he bestowed it as a name in baptism on two of his children. 

A few facts, historical and genealogical, may be gathered from Antho. Olivier's 
record. It may be concluded that Le Mercier took charge of the French church 
between February, 17 15, and February, 17 16; for Pierre Daille baptized all the children 
of Olivier before the latter date, and Andre Le Mercier those born in Boston after the 
former date, and each is called " ministre de I'figlise Frangoise, de Boston." 

From the names of those by whom the children were presented in baptism, and their 
stated relation, it is clear that " Seuseon Johonnot " was the aunt of Olivier's children ; 
that " Daniel Johonnot " was their uncle ; and that old Andre Sigournay and Mary, his 
wife — probably an Olivier, — were their uncle and aunt. 

If the reader will turn to the Massachusetts Historical Collection, XXII., 79, he will 
find an allusion by the Rev. Dr. Holmes to " Mrs. Wheeler, a widow lady, the mother 
of Mr. Joseph Coolidge, an eminent merchant in Boston " (meaning Mr. Joseph 
Coolidge, Sr., who resided in Cambridge Street, between Bowdoin and Temple Streets, 
forty-five years ago). " She was a branch of the Germaine family, and related to old 
Mr. Andrew Sigourney." This lady was thrice married. Her first husband was the 
father of the Mr. Joseph Coolidge referred to ; and she, as I am informed by her lineal 
descendants, was the Marguerita Olivier named in the record as born November 8, 1726. 



GENEALOGIES. 36 

Of all occasions upon which one should fall into temptation, the very last is that upon 
which he is gravely occupied in turning over the pages of the Holy Bible. But we are 
poor, frail creatures, aren't we, Mr. Editor ? Between the leaves at page 67, just where 
the twentieth chapter of Exodus begins, I found a rose. The leaves were perfect ; the 
flower had lost its color, but a small bud retained enough of its original complexion to 
show that it would have served for the badge of Lancaster. 

I longed to steal that rose. " It is a Huguenot rose," thought I, "placed there, very 
probably, by Miss 'Seuseon' Olivier or Miss Marguerita!" I began to be very sure of 
it. The temptation to steal that rose waxed stronger and stronger. I really coveted 
that rose ; for I have a little granddaughter who is a lineal descendant, a great-great- 
great-great granddaughter, of that old Huguenot, Anthoine Olivier, and I wished to keep 
the relic till she grew up, and I should be able to tell her its history. 

Well, I took the flower up by the stem, and was half inclined to "verify the 
suggestion," to use the modem phrase, — that is, to steal it, — when my eye suddenly 
fell upon the fifteenth verse of that twentieth chapter, " Tu ne deroberas point! " The 
rose dropped from my fingers, and I closed the book. 

And now, my dear Mr, Editor, once again, where are the records of that French 
Church ? The church and land were conveyed to Thomas Handysyde Peck and others, 
Mr. Cross well's people, May 7, 1748. Le Mercier was then living, for he is named as 
one of the grantors. The only surviving elder was Stephen Boutineau. If the records 
went into Le Mercier's hands, the descendants of Judge Richard Cranch may still be the 
unconscious proprietors of those records. Stephen Boutineau died in Boston. The 
" M. Boutineau," the refugee, who is stated in the " Salem Gazette " of November 6, 
1783, to have died in exile, was James, the son of Stephen. The recovery of these 
records will not only, as our friend, G. L., observes, be of importance in a historical point 
of view, but the genealogist will be greatly rejoiced. I have reasons for believing they 
are yet in existence, but neither time nor space allows me to state those reasons here. 

True, they may be lost. Trunk-makers and cooks are no respecters of records. He 
who penetrates to the bottom of a mince-pie may, peradventure, find a jewel ; and some 
forty years ago I was the happy proprietor of a small trunk lined very prettily with 
Robert Bloomfield's " Fakeham Ghost." 

Dr. Dibden, on page 6 of his " Biblia Polyglotta," relates a pleasant story respecting 
the Ximenes Polyglot: "Professor Moldenhower, who was in Spain in 1784, went to 
Alcala for the very purpose of discovering these MSS., and there learnt, to his inex- 
pressible chagrin, that about thirty-five years before they had been sold by an illiterate 
librarian — ' como membranas inutiles' — to one Toryo, a dealer in fireworks, for the 
purpose of making rockets. Martinez, a man of learning, and particularly skilled in the 
Greek language, heard of it soon after they were sold, and hastened to rescue these 
treasures from destruction. He arrived time enough to save a few scattered leaves." 

And thus the leaves of Ximenes's Polyglot became illuminated manuscripts. 

Andrew Le Mercier, after the sale of the church, in 1748, resided for a time in 
Dorchester, but resumed his residence in Boston, and died here, after a tedious and 
protracted illness, March 31, 1764, at the age of seventy-two. He published, 1732, 
"The Church History of Geneva" and "An Account of that Republic," where he 
received his education. Dr. Chauncy's copy is now in my hand. Le Mercier also 
published, in 1773, "A Treatise against Detraction." I have before me a copy, bearing 
on its titlepage, "John Colman ex dono Peter Chardon." Both these performances 
are duodecimo volumes, and highly creditable to the head and the heart of the writer. 

Sigma.* 

* " Sigma " was Mr. Lucius Manlius Sargent, of Roxbury, grandfather of Mr. Lucius Manlius Sargent. 



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